Vagator Beach in Goa
Goa Vagator beach is a picturesque beach in Goa with vast stretches of white sands interspersed with black lava rock outcrops.
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It is just 22 km away from Panaji. And in the southern part of Vagator Beach you will find the famous Calangute Beach.
Vagator beach is the part of 30km long stretch of coastline along the west coast of Goa.
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The Vagator Beach leaves you spell bound with its scenic beauty, lines of coconut trees swaying in the gentle breeze, the lush green landscape and the sparkling water of the Arabian sea changing its color from aquamarine to emerald green.
The Chapora Fort overlooks the Vagator
Beaches of Goa and is at the northern end of the beach.
This was constructed by Adil Shah , alter on Mughals
and Portuguese used it. There is the fishing village Chapora near the beach, which will
transport you to a rural world.
Sights of fisherwoman
selling the fishes, the men carrying nets full of fishes
and the gleeful cries of the children will meet your
Take a stroll on the pristine white sandy beaches ,
nestled in a tranquil surroundings with gentle rays
of the sun transforming the color of the sand into a
Goa Vagator beach is still
unspoiled and when you take a walk on the beach, the
cool gentle breeze carrying little droplets of seawater
caresses your face. Go on a hiking trail over the rocky
outcrop to the Chapora Fort, this
the history of the Portuguese rule. You will be able
to have a panoramic view of the beach adorned with coconut
Scattered along the village you will find
little cottages with beautiful gardens in front.
Not much option is there for staying here in Vagator
Beaches of Goa only except for some guest houses and
there may be some houses on rent .
You can go to Vagator
Beaches of Goa from Dabolim Airport which is just 29km away . If you are looking for a quiet
retreat where you can spend time at leisure then this
is the place for you.
You have to walk about a minute down a steep cliff to reach Vagator Beach . There are actually two beaches divided by rocks descending to the sea.
The northern part of the beach is smaller and more crowded. The south beach is fairly spread out and more secluded and free.
What holds and beholds the charm of Vagator is difficult to say. A perfect place to relax and rejuvenate in spite of the hustle bustle of the tourists. Vagator is a relaxed tourist destination and fairly undeveloped or one rather say untouched.
Its a perfect getaway if you plan to spend your holidays in calm surroundings reuniting with yourself. A face of Lord Shiva has been carved on a sea side boulder by some unknown sculptor, don't miss to take a snapshot. Swimming is fairly safe in North Vagator Beach.
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