If you are on the lookout for some revitalising beach holiday destinations in North Goa, the Vagator beach is just the place for you. The northernmost beach of Bardez Taluka, the Vagator beach is 21 kilometres from Panaji and is characterised by a combination of its soft white sands and imposing but beautiful rocky cliffs. The beach is divided into two major parts, namely Little Vagator, also known as Ozran Beach, and Big Vagator. While the sweeping view of the sea from the Vagator cliff is undoubtedly stunning, tourists also flock to Vagator for its myriad dining options and an overall upbeat vibe at the beach shacks and parties.
Vagator has recently gained a place of preference in the hearts of tourists and travellers for its cuisine culture. One of the most famous places to be at is, of course, Thalassa - a quaint and artistic greek themed beach restaurant with beach seating and stunning gourmet adventures. Moreover, there are various other gourmet places serving up some quality local and international food such as Villa Blanche Bistro, Antares Beach Restaurant, and Fusion Restaurant.
The culture of Vagator is largely defined by its local art, music and nightlife; all of which you need to experience when you visit the beach. The Vagator Beach has no doubt a charm of its own that attracts people from all over the world and guarantees a day full of fun, frenzy, and an unforgettable rendezvous with the waves!
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8 months ago by Antara Mandal
It's a great place because of its neatness and the nearby resorts. It is a great place to spend your weekend. There are many nice places to hangout in that region like Casa Playa and Thalassa. The sunset views are absolutely gorgeous. The beach also has options for water sports. I went for paragliding and it was one of my most adventurous experiences. It is a quiet a place. I would recommend it over Calangute, Baga and Anjuna.
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