Close to the Chapora fort, the beach key attraction is a magnificent Albuquerque Mansion built in 1920, flanked by octagonal towers and an attractive Mangalore tile-roof. Anjuna was the second home of the hippies in Goa. It is still the venue of a flea market held each Wednesday.
2. Palolem Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
In close vicinity of The LaLiT Golf & Spa Resort, it is a scenic beach in extreme south Goa with rocks & islands off its shore and good eating options. Over the years it has become one of the popular beaches of Goa and it offers good shopping options too.
3. Morjim Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
A beautiful beach in north Goa that is unique for its inhabitants - Russian tourists. This place is so popular among kite surfers due to the shallow depth of the sea and a very wide beach. Though prices are high, the beach offers vibrant nightlife and restaurants offering Russian cuisine.
4. Calangute Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
Queen of all beaches in Goa, it is full of Indian tourists, a lot of noise, a lot of souvenirs to take home and plenty of water sports. Many famous clubs are located here and the beach offers nice eating options.
5. Baga Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
A family beach and charter tourist destination just outside Calangute.
6. Colva Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
This beach's spectacle of sea, sand and sky blend in an enchanting natural harmony, weaving their magic spell on the visitors. Known for its scenic beauty. This is part of Salcete, Goa's only Catholic majority sub-district. Once a very hospitable area, now relations are getting monetized thanks to tourism.
7. Patnem Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
A small and quiet beach in Canacona Taluka.
8. Arambol Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
A quiet beach in north Goa near Pernem. Not too many facilities in terms of hotels or eateries. The water is shallow and good for swimming.
9. Candolim & Sinquerim Beach #GoaWithTheLalit
Candolim and Sinquerim beaches in north Goa's Bardez Taluka. Once humble fishing villages. Now the crowded concretised coast of north Goa.