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Goa Beaches

Come home to the land of sun kissed beaches, carnivals and fresh seafood. Goa is a place where you forget your age when you walk on that beautiful sand. As we walk on the beach, we always come closer to the nature by seeing the sun more confining to us. Goa always comes first in our mind for its stunning coastline it carries on its sand. Its beaches have alluring beauty where we can lighten up our hearts and kiss the dazzling sunrise and sunset. Its coastline is 125kms long which makes it a treat for beach lovers.

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The beaches have bagged fame world wide for its non-polluted sea water. Goa beaches with glinting sands, comely coconut palms, and very fresh seafood will make you forget about everything. There are many historic forts and aesthetic beaches waiting to delight you.

It has many electrifying beaches that we may be befuddled which ones we need to conquer first. It is always effective and time saving to carry a Goa beach map before you head for your trip. Hence you can have a pleasant and memorable time there. Beaches are divided into North and South Goa. Some of the famous beaches in the northern are Arambol, Morjim, Chapora, Vagator, Anjuna, Baga, Calangute, Candolim, Sinquerim, Bambolim, Miramar and Dona Paula. Major attractions of southern beaches are Bogmalo, Majorda, Colva, Benaulim, Varca, Cavelossim, Mobor, Canaguinim, Agonda and Palolem beaches.

If you are someone who wants to enjoy the serenity in quite environment you can head to the extreme north or extreme south. The beaches at the extremes are not very crowded as they are bit far from the city centre. Being a different place to the visitants than any other constituents of the country, Goa beaches stands highlighted for its nature ecstasy.

Even when Goa has a lot to offer for lonely travelers, it never disappoints the fun loving party enthusiasts. If you are a party lover you must head towards Anjuna and Baga beaches in Goa. They are two of the most happening beaches of Goa. You can spend time and rest on any of those finest shacks with exotic seafood and lip smacking feni, the Goan spirit.   



We must go 20,000 to 30,000 years back to know the history of Goa. Ten thousand years back archeologists found the rock art engravings in many places such as Kazur, Mauxim and the Mandovi-Zuari basin. This breakthrough threw light on Goa's history. The Sumerians populated and lived in Goa around 2200 BC and later it was occupied by Indo-Aryan citizenry and the Dravidians from the Deccan.

Goa was under the governance of Delhi Sultan in 1312. But the emperor’s hold on the region was very sapless. By 1370 they were asked to give up Goa to Emperor Harihara I of the Vijayanagara Imperium. The sovereigns of the Vijayanagara held on to the dominion till it was captured by the Bahmani sultans of Gulbarga in 1469. Later on, this leadership collapsed and the area went into the custody of the Adil Shahis of Bijapur. They set up the place as their adjuvant capital under the Portuguese as Velha Goa.   

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