:: Agonda Beach a 3 kms long beautiful cove of white sand, about 37 kms from Margao fringed with palms, casuarinas and dominated by a large hill to the south. An ideal for calm, serene beauty of nature, peace and tranquility, as there are no restaurants, souvenir shops and shopkeepers to haunt. Apart from this the place is peaceful for the tourist looking for beach and isolation.
:: Anjuna Beach one of the most popular beaches of Goa, 8 kms west of Mapusa and 18 kms from Panji. Anjuna comes live with its ever-famous full-moon parties and the flea market. A wonderful collections of monks, defiant ex-hippies, gentle lunatics, artists, artisans, seers, searchers, sybarites and itinerant expatriates who normally wouldn't be seen out of the organic confines.
:: Arambol Beach along the Goa border with its fresh water lagoon Arambol beach if 50 kms from Panji in the North Goa. A 16 kms long sea beach famous for its tranquility and peace. Villages around Arambol adds glory to the beauty of Arambol beach in Goa.
:: Baga Beach a 30-km stretch of beach coastline, located between its two more famous cousins, Colva on one side and Calangute on the other. Ideal for fishing with international tourists marinating in the sun and domestic visitors paddling the boat. The grove of palms that comes fairly close to the water's edge at the Baga beach is marginally more varied and picturesque.
:: Benaulim Beach this was named by the Portuguese. 7 kms west of Margao, this beach lies in the centre of Colva gets deservedly crowded in the evenings and on weekends for being a fishing beach. This beach is the exact location for relaxing and sun-bathing and eating.
:: Bogmalo Beach in Havelock are real exposures of unpolluted nature of Andman & Nicobar Islands for an environment lover having Exotic marine life, lush tropical greenery and isolation from the hurly and burly of urban life-it is an ideal holiday destination for a memorable beach.