Siridao Beach

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Siridao Beach, Goa Overview

A haven for nature enthusiasts, the topography of the Siridao Beach is sure to capture the heart of onlookers with its craggy multicoloured terrain greeted periodically by the turquoise waters of the Arabian Sea, which forms charming little puddles within the crevices of this rocky stretch. The picturesque shores are complemented by the array of seashells that dot the coast, making this the perfect site for those wanting a true taste of natural coastal glamour.

Along with its scenic beauty, Siridao beach is host to some fascinating points of interest. The gorgeous chapel of Jesus of Nazareth sits atop hillock that overlooks the magnificent coastline, giving travellers a breathtaking view of the alluring bay. Rife with ancient Portuguese architecture, this church sees scores of devotees come to relish the fantastic Easter feast held here. The beautiful Holy Souls Chapel, built in 1973 by the famous Lucio Miranda is also situated in the Siridao village and definitely worth a visit. The entrance to the village is marked by the quirky figures of the three statues playing musical instruments with a dog. Finally, tourists can also immerse themselves in the mysterious Siridao cave, a man-made cave carved from a single-cell that dates back to the sixth or seventh century, revered by locals as part of their heritage.

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The best time to visit the Siridao Beach is between October and March as the weather by the beach is cool and pleasant.

The Cabana Dempo is a beautiful heritage hotel that one can choose to stay out, with authentic Portuguese architectural features. Those looking for more budgeted accommodations can look at staying in the nearby Bambolim. The Bambolim Beach Resort is on the border of Bambolim and Siridao Beach, offering guests classy amenities and easy access to both beaches.

There aren’t any shacks on Siridao Beach due to the uneven terrain. However, restaurants like Leda Seashells and 4 corners shack offer beachside dining. The village of Siridao has some delicious and affordable dining options, where one can find authentic Goan cuisine.

Swimming is not allowed at this beach due to the rocky terrain.

Siridao Bus Stop is located on NH66, and most buses travelling to and from Panaji to South Goa stop here. The beach is a short walk from the bus stop. Alternatively, one can always choose to hire a private taxi or rent a vehicle to better enjoy the landscape of Goa.
  • Air: The closest airport is in Dabolim, situated 20 km from Siridao Beach.

  • Rail: The closest railway station is the Madgoan Railway Station, located 30 km away. Madgaon has a major bus station that is well-connected to most parts of Goa.

  • Road: The KTC bus stand in Panaji, located 10 km away, is the major public transport centre of Goa. One can easily find a bus to Siridao from here. Those using private transport must take a turn off NH66 near the Siridao Bus stop, and keep following the road till they reach the beach.


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