Beaches

Beaches

Anjuna Beach:

The most beautiful and popular beaches in Goa Anjuna, 18 kilometres from Panaji is a popular beach area adjacent to Chapora fort, was discovered by hippies and popularly known as. ‘ freak capital of the world. It is breathtaking to see lovely white waves of Arabian sea lapping softly on the Indian shore. It is certainly a worth visiting beach. 
Major tourist attractions are Albuquerque Mansion, Mascarenhas Mansion, The Chapora Fort and The Wednesday Flea Market .

Baga Beach:

Baga is a perfect beach located between Colva and Calangute beach. It is a far better place to enjoy some restful moments if you don’t like the hustle and bustle of Colva or Calangute. It is a fishing beach with international tourists marinating in the sun and domestic visitors paddling. The fact is that the sand here isn’t either white or gold but brown. There is the grove of palms that comes fairly close to the water’s edge. The Baga River flows down one side of it offering a pleasant diversion for children and those who love the water but can’t risk the rip currents that swirl round the mouth. Where the river and the sea meet, and on the far right bank, there is a group of black rocks against which the sea crashes in dramatic explosions of spray. 

Kovalam Beach:

The beach derived its name from a small village in Kerala by the name of Kovalam. The name Kovalam signifies a grove of coconut trees. Truly, the coconut trees seen all along the shores of the beach gives it a look of ravishing beauty. The Kovalam beach lies on the Malabar coast in Kerala and is today one of the favourite beaches in India for the tourists. The blue waters of the Arabian sea, that mingles with the white sands on the shores with the palm fringed bays, promises a relaxed vacation to the travellers. The sound of the tides hitting the rocky shores makes it a traveller’s paradise. 
The crescent shaped beaches of Kovalam are distinguished in three parts. The southern most part consists of the Light house beach where one can have a view of the spectacular Vizhinzam mosque. The middle one is the Hawa, which acts as the base for the local fisherman. The northernmost beach is the least frequented and is a place to see the wooden fishing vessels. 

Mahabalipuram Beach:

Referred to as Mamallapuram by the local peoples, the Mahabalipuram Beach lies 58 km south of the capital city of Chennai in Tamilnadu. The spectacular Mahabalipuram beach is shored by the Bay of Bengal with the dreamy rock cut sculptures astonishing to the eyes. Many breath taking monuments like the Caves, Monolithic Rathas and Chariots as well as temples offer a perfect destination for holidaying. 
Mahabalipuram beach attracts a lot of travellers every year especially for the natural Sun bathing in the beach. The beach gives an opportunity to completely unwind from the weary and tiredness of the city life. Windsurfers and Swimmers are seen hitting the shores of the beach playing with the rising tide. Mahabalipuram beach of India, to charm the visitors also has a crocodile bank, a snake venom extracting center, a school of art and sculpture. There are resorts all along the beach to serve the empty stomach of the tourists. 

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