Which is the best Secret Place in Goa? Goa Beach

There is no secret place in Goa, but there are some places where very few tourists go due to lack of information, such as the hills in Baga beach and Anjuna beach, they are amazing in themselves! Still, in some places it is such that few people know about it! You will find many posts about Places to visit in goa here!

Which is the best secret place in Goa, secret beach in goa,

Palolem Beach (hidden goa beach)

A quiet and beautiful beach “Palolem” on South Goa. It is a beach equipped with beautiful rocks. Good food, watersports activity can be enjoyed here. Palolem Beach’s resorts and hotels are also making a mark among foreign tourists and are less crowded due to internet access, but are still less crowded than other popular beaches. Many people say that I am addicted to this place but I would say that I am in love with it.

Baga Beach – 2 km from Calangute Beach (goa beach)

This Baga Beach looks like it came straight out of a painting. The serenity of this wild “headland” along with its scenic beauty is the overwhelming attraction of Baga Beach. Tourists come here to enjoy watersports activities like jet ski, speed boat, banana ride, apart from this there are many nightclubs and disco clubs, in which Tito is very popular, this beach is named after “Baga Creek”. which ends in the Arabian Sea at the northern end of the beach. Its definitely number 2 on my list because it simply has the best facilities around it.

Benaulim Beach – 6 km from Madgaon city (secret beach in goa)

Benaulim Beach is the beach when you just want to relax. It gives you the joy and satisfaction of being in Goa. The best thing about Benaulim Beach is that it is still undiscovered by domestic tourists, even though it is a famous beach for fishing. A candle light dinner amidst the setting is a great add-on to the perfect holiday.

Miramar Beach – 3 km from Panaji

A 2 km long stretch of fine, soft silver sand bed, fronted by a vast glittering beach, Miramar Beach is a beautiful expanse of fine golden sand lined with palm trees facing the blue Arabian Sea. Miramar Beach is the kind of beach where you sit and watch the sunset in all its glory.

Colva Beach – 5 km from Margao city

The length of Colva Beach is about 2.4 km; The beach has fine powdery white sand and is shaped like a coconut leaf. It is one of the famous beaches of Goa, and is great for those who want to have a lovely sun bath and a moment of peaceful relaxation. This beach is a sight of sand and sky, a perfect blend of an enchanting natural harmony that casts its spell on the tourists.

Calangute Beach – 8 km from Mapusa town

When any Indian tourist thinks about the beaches of Goa, Calangute is the first name that comes to his mind, Calangute remains the center of attraction for foreign tourists as well as low-budget tourists and backpackers. Located on the west coast of Goa, Calangute is India’s most famous beach destination as a tourist destination. Popularized by hippies in the 60s, including the Beatles, who came to Calangute in the sixties to relax and enjoy the beach life.

Majorda Beach – 5 km from Colva Beach

Located in the south of Goa, Majorda Beach is one such beach that will wash away all your tiredness with its beautiful trees, soft white-sand, clear water. I am staying here with my baby and believe me I am a big fan of the peaceful atmosphere of this beach, it is one of the most amazing beaches in Goa that I am very well acquainted with. Majorda beach can be considered as the best kept secret of Goa, which is relatively unknown and provides the visitors of Goa with a paradise like surrounding.

Bogmallo Beach – 5 km from Dabolim Airport

The most attractive thing about this bogmallo beach is its sunset. Yellowish orange with pink tinge, its setting on the horizon is an experience that you cannot forget in this lifetime. Bogmalo was originally a small fishing village but is now a growing tourist centre. Many local people in the village depend on fishing for their livelihood. Quality time can be spent with family, friends and loved ones. Surely a visit to Bogmalo Beach will be etched in your memory for a very long time.

Vagator Beach – 9 km from Mapusa town (secret beach in goa)

Vagator Beach meets the Chapora River. This beach has white sand which contrasts beautifully with the black rocks. The surrounding lush greenery, curved palm trees and marine waters of the Arabian Sea of Vagator Beach give you amazing enjoyment. and yes ! The very famous Sunburn Festival has been shifted to this beautiful place. Spend some time on the rocks to take in the spectacular view from the beach. The sunsets at Vagator are very beautiful, there is a beautiful route from Mapusa to Asagaon to reach Vagator, in between there are also Portuguese style houses.

Arambol Beach

This beach is one of the famous best secret beach in North Goa. Arambol beach is less crowded as compared to Calangute and Baga beach which is a plus point. This beach is very clean and due to this it is less crowded, you can see many foreign tourists here who enjoy sunbathing on the beach. The place is easily accessible, we went here via bike. You can easily reach here through Google Navigation. There are few rocks here and there are big rocks on the beach which is the distinctive and unique feature of this beach. It is good for beach photography. Don’t miss the sunset here, it’s worth a visit. Also note that swimming is prohibited in certain areas of this beach, so make sure you are in a safe area. When I was at this place there was no lifeguard so I am not sure whether lifeguards are available or not so it is better to enjoy on the beach. The sand of the beach is white and clear. There are many accommodation facilities near the beach.

Pradip S.
Pradip S.

Pradip S. is an experienced writer and traveler with a passion for discovering new cultures and technology trends. His expertise in tech and entrepreneurship has helped him create a life of location independence. He has created many travel videos and is always looking for new ways to help people earn money and pursue their travel dreams. Follow his adventures and insights on this website.

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