Calangute beach is the biggest and the most popular one in North Goa, known as the “Queen of Beaches “ in goa.
Calangute Beach caters to all types of travelers, from nature lovers to adventure junkies to party freaks, boasting sparkling charm as well as beauty. Situated 15 km from Panjim and 40 Km from Goa International Airport, Calangute Beach is the longest beach in North Goa, stretching from Candolim to Baga. Due to its sheer size and popularity, it is a hub for tourists and backpackers from all over the world.
The best time to visit Calangute beach in Goa is between the months of late October to February. Although this beach can be visited at any given time of the year, these months are the most favorable of them all. the Calangute Beach of Goa is among the top ten bathing beaches in the world. Being one of the busiest and most commercial beaches of Goa. One absolutely cannot resist the wide variety of water sports at Calangute Beach, which is perhaps one of the most exciting aspects of this place. One of the most pursued activities here is parasailing in which the person is tied to a kite-like structure and is tugged behind a boat. Other interesting activities to be done here include some good old fishing, kayaking which is paddling through the water in a canoe-like boat, sailing, spotting dolphins and crocodiles besides visiting the island for fishing. One can visit the most vibrant places in Calangute Beach, like bars that offer live entertainment, sports screenings as well as board games to visitors, in addition, to live music and great food. Once the sun goes down, you can attend parties at Calangute beach, with crazy dancing, psychedelic music, delicious drinks, or scrumptious food, you will find all the elements of a memorable night, right here. After an amazing day, One can have a great stay at this budget resort while enjoying their holiday the most.
Some places to visit near Calangute beach:
1. The Aguada Fort
stands right in the middle of the sea, with a dark-bricked road leading to it, Structured in the Portuguese style of architecture.
2. Baga Beach
is a much quieter and less crowded beach in comparison to Calangute.