Goa is blessed with a beautiful coastline that attracts thousands every year that visit for a holiday. The night life that surrounds these beaches adds to the fun and frolic of being there. Although sharing the same coastline these beaches are divided into north and south Goa and a quite different from each other.
The beaches in the North of Goa are extremely popular and have vibrant nightlife and is packed with party-goers and beach bums. This coastline is filled with popular shacks at that are popular and full of life. A great way to relax away to the setting sun sets a mood for a great evening; not missing out on the beers you can grab at arms length on a comfortable beach chairs. Baga, Calangute, Anjuna, and Candolim are the craziest of them all, the crowd thins out as you head out toward Ashwen, and Morjim. You will find great restaurants serving all types of cuisines, the nightclubs dropping the best beats and you can always shop your heart away on whole bunch of things at flee markets and shopping centers. The northern belt is famous for its parties and its night life, there are plenty of beach resorts in Goa you can choose from if you when visiting.
The south is different from the north, the beaches quieter, the nightlife less crazier that makes the setting for those who plan who like to soak up the real Goa! The beaches in the south of Goa are also popular for its beach resorts that are located by the beaches, places like the Park Hyatt and Taj Exotica to name a few. The south of Goa has its own charm, the village life in these belts still exist and its is seen across the coast with homes that are tucked in its greenery. The nearest and popular suburb being Margao and its most popular beach being Colva is just one among the many beaches you can visit and relax. Betalbatim, Arrosim, Benaulim, Varca, Cavelosim and lastly Pallolem are the beaches that will have you enjoy your vacation especially of you are looking for Goa's Beaches as a holiday destination.
Goa's beaches have been the focal are of its tourism and its mainstay as a place of interest for vacationers. There are a lot of things to do in Goa beaches as well, its churches, temples, backwaters and casinos are other attractions to visitors. You can hire a two wheeler or a four wheeler as well to hop at the various points, and as you visit do check out the many restaurants you will find, especially the ones you can find serving up fresh fish. Do not worry, these are easy to spot, the mouth-watering aromas of fried fish as you pass-by will draw you in if you are looking to explore as you drive along. Places such as Britos in Baga, Souza Lobo in Calangute, Martins in Betalbatim, Fishermans Wharf in Cavelossim should be on you list to visit