Agonda beach is the perfect beach in Goa for anyone who wants to relax away from it all. This seemingly endless pristine beach stretches for miles. It's lined with shacks and huts, some simple and some fancy.
Majorda beach is one of the prettiest beaches in the south. There are a few beach shacks where you can spread out that serve tasty Konkani, Russian, continental, Indian food, and drinks. You can take the sun bed and umbrella for free, but you are expected to place an order.
Baga Beach is a treasure for those who like action, it’s one of the most happening beaches on the coast. You'll find everything from water sports to fine dining restaurants there, along with bars and clubs. You can go parasailing, wake boarding, windsurfing, kite surfing, or take a ride on a jet ski.
Calangute Beach is the longest beach in North Goa. As the sound of the waves merges with rhythms of music from beach shacks, Calangute Beach comes alive in all its beauty. You can also sample the sumptuous culinary fare here at Souza Lobo's, Electric Cats or the Tibetan kitchen.
Beneath the shadow of Baga and Calangute beaches of Goa, Candolim is very popular for its pristine touch and a lot of amusement options all around. Located very close to Baga, this beach is counted amongst the loveliest spot for honeymoon couples, friends or families.