Siridao Beach

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Siridao Beach, Goa Overview

Siridao Beach is a rocky beach popular for the mysterious caves, located at the mouth of Zuari River a few kilometres from Panjim in Goa. It is also known as "The Shell Collector's Beach" owing to a large number of pearl shells and oysters that wash ashore. This beach sees a limited number of tourists. The view of the sunset from Siridao Beach is gorgeous.

The gorgeous chapel of Jesus of Nazareth sits atop a hillock that overlooks the magnificent coastline of Siridao Beach, 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. The 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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How To Reach Siridao Beach

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 rent a bike in Goa and conveniently travel to the beach.

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