Anjuna Beach In Goa

Up the coast from Baga is the well-known Anjuna Beach. The beach is as famous as the Wednesday Flea Market, which occurs right behind the beach to its southern end. Anjuna used to be the scene of wild parties and nude sunbathers, but it has toned down quite a bit in the last decade or two. Although there is frequent spotting of the same, it has been visited by middle-aged couples and family visitors of late.

Buses from Panjim and Mapusa stop at the Anjuna bus stand. There are taxis and motorcycles, too, on rent. The airport is an hour away. Accommodation options are plenty at Anjuna. You can choose from flexible budget hotels to prime resorts.

A kilometre-long stretch of sand near a red cliff is the main area of action. You can find people basking in the sun or playing a game of Frisbee or beach ball. People walking in for a beer often stay back longer to enjoy the calm waves and the relaxing atmosphere at the beach restaurants.

You might have to haggle a bit, but the flea market should be a definite plan on your visit to Anjuna. People from all over India set up stalls here. Clothes, jewellery, handicrafts, bamboo items, food and moreā€¦. Places to eat and drink are in abundance here. The beach shacks and restaurants find good profit from the huge floating population. Pubs, discos and lounge bars, too, vie for space here.

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Beaches In Goa

Nerul Beach | Miramar Beach | Candolim Beach | Sinquerim Beach | Baga Beach | Calangute Beach
Anjuna Beach | Vagator Beach | Morjim Beach | Arambol Beach | Dona Paula Beach | Asvem Beach
Mandrem Beach | Agonda Beach | Benaulim Beach | Betul Beach | Betalbatim Beach
Utorda Beach
| Velsao Beach