Our List of Unexplored Beaches in Goa

Unexplored Beaches in Goa
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When traveling to a beach destination, what is it that you like the most?

Do you like walking, shopping or resting on the beach?

In case you’re a beach person, would you like to be isolated?

“That beach was gross. Is there a better place to go? I just hate it when people stare at me even though I love the sight of blue waters and sandy beaches.”

Do you experience something similar?

Goa is a famous beach destination not only for Indian tourists but for tourists from all over the world.

There are popular beaches, amazing nightlife, and gourmet food and a lot more to be explored in this heavenly place. The popular beaches:  Candolim, Baga, Vagator, Anjuna or Calangute happen to be the most visited beaches and there is nothing much left to be explored in these places. But that is not all about Goa. It has a lot more to offer.

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There are extremely beautiful, lesser explored beaches that make it to our list of top secluded beaches of Goa.

Top Unexplored Beaches in Goa

Small Vagator

Small Vagator

This beach tops our list of favorites indeed. This isolated beach, located in the north of Anjuna and south of Vagator, is easily accessible by foot. However, it’s just that you’ll have to walk a bit down the steep hill.

There is a marvelous Shiva statue transformed out of a rock on the beach offering a lovely view not to be missed for anything.

Ashwem Beach

Ashwem Beach

Head out to this clean beach with an expansive terrain and there are options for restaurants where you can splurge. You can bask in the sun near shacks. The best thing about this beach, indeed, is no one stares here and you get to enjoy a peaceful leisure time.

Agonda Beach

Agonda Beach

A quiet and calm beach next to Agonda village is perfect for those who wish to spend their time far from maddening crowds in a distraction-free environment. There is church next to this beach known as St. Anne’s in case you wish to head out for your prayers. The church happens to be a popular tourist spot. If you happen to visit the beach in the month of September, you might just be lucky to spot Olive Ridley turtles.

Arossim Beach

Arrosim Beach Goa

If you’re looking at spending some time with your own self on a white-sand sweep washed by Windex-blue water, you might just want to head to this beach. Even though this beach is not easily accessible and happens to be one of most remote beaches of Goa, you’re bound to find yourself whole on this unique, breathtaking and picture-postcard beach.

Cola Beach

Cola beach Goa

A clean and pristine beach, this beach has a lagoon on its one side and a picturesque beach on the other side. A stroll on this secluded and virgin beach is a must for those who love to appreciate the true beauty of nature. Time on this beach that is nothing short of a heaven flies by in the blink of an eye.

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Mandrem Beach

mandrem beach

If you wish to spend your time in calm and peaceful surroundings, you must consider heading out to this serene beach. With a sparkling white sand and clear waters, this is an ideal spot for anyone who wants to indulge in any sort of spiritual practice or meditation. Also, there is a beautiful lake next to the beach enhancing its beauty.

Image sources:

Small Vagator Beach, Ashwem Beach,  Agonda Beach, Arossim Beach, Cola beach, goa-tourism.com

 

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