Aguada beach, located 18 km from Panaji, is made special by the Fort Aguada. Fort Aguada is a well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort on Sinquerim beach, overlooking the vast expanses of Arabian Sea. The Fort Aguada is worth a visit to savor the nostalgia of the Portuguese regime, especially in the Lighthouse Jail.
Tourist flock to catch the magnificent view that it offers of the sea and the beach. Apart from the fort once you are at the Aguada beach, there are several interesting churches that are worth a visit.
In North Goa, next to Calangute is one of the most popular Beaches in Goa. Most of the tourists in Goa prefer going to the Candolim beach owing to its serene and tranquil environment, compared to Calangute or Baga.
This beach offers some of the great seafood in Goa. One can also find comfortable accommodation at the many hotels and beach resorts.
About 5 km from Candolim beach is a quite Coco beach with several restaurants that are popular in the afternoon, but quiet at night. This is a popular beach among Europeans.
Keri Beach aka Querim Beach:
A quiet beach located to the north of Arambol. It is the northernmost beach of Goa that is backed with palms and casuarinas trees. The white sandy beach is one amongst the lesser-crowded beaches of Goa and is a serene and calm place to spend a beautiful holiday.
Across the riverbank one can also see the famous ancient Portuguese fort known as the Terekhol fort. There is a ferry service available that takes you to Terekol every 30 min, except at low tide. From the Terekol fort the Keri beach has an exotic view.
A lovely golden beach girdled with palm trees facing the Arabian Sea. It is only 3 km from Panaji in the North Goa. ‘Miramar’ in Portuguese, means, the viewing of the sea, so one can have a panoramic view of the sea, and the Aguada fort just across the Mandovi River.