3 Must-visit Goa Beach Destinations on India Holiday

India has diverse natural attractions, including hill stations, desert, lakes and beaches. Those travellers who wish to spend their time relaxing at the seafronts on their India holiday can do so by visiting the scenic state of Goa, located in the western part of the country. Each year, hordes of holidaymakers from different part of the nation and abroad come here to enjoy their time at the serene seashore and indulging in a number of water sports. Travellers can choose to go to visit any of the beaches in North or South Goa, but here is a list of three in southern part of the state.

Majorda

A famous seafront, it attracts a lot of beach lovers with many other similar ones located nearby like Varca, Bogmalo, Benaulim, Colva and Arossim. This place lies at a distance about 18 km from the Dabolim Airport, the air gateway to Goa and approximately from Margao, where lies a railway station. Known for its calmness and less crowd, this area attracts those on India holiday who are looking to find some solitude under the beach umbrellas and gaze at the unending Arabian Sea or simply walk on the sand.

Agonda

This seafront lies only about 15 minutes away from Palolem, with the Dabolim Airport approximately 90 minutes away. This place is known among holidaymakers for swimming, relaxing and sunbathing. Relaxing away from the hustle-bustle of city if is on the mind of tourists, then they should definitely come here with India holiday Packages.

Palolem

This place is famous for its unspoilt beauty, with only a handful of fishermen and international tourists living in shacks here or in the nearby main village. It lies about 67 km away from the Dabolim Airport and around 40 minutes drive from Margao. An interesting thing about this seashore is that travellers can witness view it entirely from each end, with each end comprising huge rocks jutting out into the water.

On an India holiday, tourists must visit these 3 scenic beaches to have a wonderful time.

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