If there is heaven on earth, it is here. Goa, a coastal land with serene beaches and one of the best nightlife destinations in India, has been attracting people from all around the globe for ages. However, it was in the early 60s, with the emergence of the hippie movement in Goa, that has grabbed the attention of many foreign travelers. Thus, making Goa the smallest state in India that attracts a maximum number of foreign tourists.
Though there are many popular beaches in Goa, but still many beautiful beaches remain undiscovered.
Here are the Top 3 lesser known beaches in Goa
The Turtle Beach
Goa has six turtle nesting sites, famous for the Olive Ridley turtles. The one which is in Morjim is one of the finest and quite desolate beaches in Goa. Mostly you find foreign tourists in this part of the region—one of the cleanest and calm places to relax one’s mind and body.
Also known as ‘ Little Vagator beach’ located behind the Hillocks of Chapara fort. A beach with the most beautiful rock carvings of Lord Shiva and a picturesque view makes it one of the beautiful beaches of Goa. Away from the hustle-bustle of other popular, crowded beaches.
This is absolutely one of the finest beaches with a beautiful sunset view, located near Colva beach in south Goa. White soft sand, shallow sea bottom near the shore, and a high level of comfort make this place nice and suitable for unforgettable vocations spending. If you love watching the sunset in a calm place with a cool breeze blowing from the sea, this place will not disappoint you. It is huge expansive heaven