Situated 15 km from the Panjim, 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. As the sound of the waves merges with rhythms of music from beach shacks, Calangute Beach comes alive in all its beauty. It is the perfect place to look for accommodation as it keeps you well-connected to the other beaches in the north such as Baga, Anjuna, Candolim, Aguada and many more. Moreover, there are a number of options to choose from depending on your budget. You can also sample the sumptuous culinary fare here at Souza Lobo's, Oriental, Electric Cats or the Tibetan kitchen, all of which can offer a unique taste palette. Embark on a number of water sports at the beach or walk into a cafe and read, there is no shortage of options when it comes to Calangute Beach.
Being one of the busiest and most commercial beaches of Goa, Calangute is swarming with eating joints, shacks and clubs serving cocktails, beer and seafood. The Calangute Beach is also known for its water sports activities like parasailing, water surfing, banana ride and jet-skiing. While the days here are filled with beach fun, nights call for upbeat parties and letting your hair down. Moreover, with some of the most amazing nightclubs and pubs within reach, Calangute Beach attracts tourist from all around the world.
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2 months ago by Asif Uzzaman
With a number of food joints serving variety of food, a busy bath adjacent to the sea, rafts and ever-ready life saving guards, Calangute is a spot which perfectly manifests itself as a typical Goa beach. The best time to visit is in last of December or mid of Jan. Yes, while you are here, do not leave any of your belongings away from your eyes.
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