Sandy stretch backed with palms, beach bars, restaurants & hotels, known for trance parties.
Anjuna is a small village in north Goa, on the shores of the Arabian Sea. just the right place for lazing holidaymakers. Besides the calm waters of the Arabian Sea lapping softly on the Indian shore, Anjuna comes live with its ever-famous full-moon parties and the Wednesday flea market to take one on to a trance trip. From a quiet family vacation to an adventure-filled weekend with your squad, the beach caters to people with different travel tastes and budgets. Famed for its trendy nightclubs, beachside hotels, and resorts, Anjuna beach is a glamorous paradise within Goa. Anjuna beach is situated at a distance of 18 km from Panjim and 46 km from Goa International Airport. You can travel in your car or hire a cap.
The perfect time to visit Anjuna Beach is in winter which usually begins from November to March. Goa’s weather is quite breezy and pleasant during this time. the southern and northern end of Anjuna beach offers various activities. While the southern end consists of a rocky headland, the northern end-host water sports like Parasailing, bumpy banana rides, and much more. Anjuna beach is Goa’s local entertainment hub. Anjuna beach provides you with some stunning scenery and a photographic view during sunrise and sunset. Anjuna beach is one of the hottest party spots in Goa, Shiva Valley, Club Cubana, and more offering live trance music with different cuisines. This beach is also famous for its Wednesday Flea Markets where you can shop for souvenirs, sarongs, traditional handicrafts, etc. Anjuna beach has a collection of boutique rooms, suites, and bungalows. With a full range of dining options, spas, nightclubs, and pools.
Places around Anjuna Beach
In the vicinity of Anjuna is the Chapora Fort. The Chapora Fort gives a splendid view of the nearby Anjuna and Vagator beaches. The fort has been well preserved except for a few interesting ruins. Once, it was a domain of the Muslim rulers before the Portuguese wrested it. In 1683, the Marathas hijacked three priests from the Chapora Fort and made them Hindus.