Goa in June Part 2 – 10 Best Goa Beaches


Goa and it’s beaches aren’t something to ignore, apart from the cuisine, bars and fun beach parties there are plenty more beaches to explore during your stay up in North Goa. Best Beaches to visit during June would be any of course but there a few best scenes during monsoon.

As it’s June it’s the best time for some privacy and fun as a couple, so here a few places which may be something that will really get you on the move for some enjoyment on the beaches of Goa. Here i will show you some of the most popular as well as unspoiled beaches of North Goa and little towards the South.

Must See 10 Beaches of Goa

As i had a great journey in North Goa, most of these beaches are of North and further towards the South. Catch up for more during the Stay of Goa in June, with more places and fashion in my next post.

1. Mandrem Beach
The beauty of this beach is very calm and you can find it stretched up to another neighboring beach called Ashvem beach. This is further ahead of Vagator, and it is very less crowded during this season. Friends can enjoy playing volleyball and other activities.

2. Morjim Beach

This one is more towards the upper side and links to the banks of Chapora river. The place is not so populated during this season and hardly find shacks but is still relaxing and fun. The route to Morjim in Pernem is very pretty and eye catching.

3. Vagator Beach
The white sands and blue waters are very attractive, find tourists on the hill top and some shacks are open which are permanent. Loved this one and it has the best sea top view. This one of the most beautiful beach of Goa.

4. Anjuna Beach
The most amazing part is to sit at the shacks which are so close and low to the shore of the beach, best view in monsoons. Had one of the best pomfret fish here at a local shack. The flea market here is very famous but only opens up during seasons.

5. Baga Beach
I shared the best moments here, superb place to in any season. My resorts were here (Review of Baga Beach Resorts – Goa Part One) and the streets are filled with hawkers if you love shopping, find great restaurants and bars on the main road and brilliant shacks on the beach front.

6. Calangute Beach
Another close beach within 2km from Baga, awesome flee market and great chill out point, It’s way too crowded even during this season. So party, eat and shopping is perfect at this beach, unless you need some privacy and peace shift to another one 😉

7. Candolim Beach

Very pretty it is, we went there at night hours for dinner, don’t have picture of the beach shore. The best restaurants and bars from 5 star hotels to the pretty garden decks and I had dinner at Grill on Fire one of the best place to have dinner and enjoy the calm ambiance with nature.

8. Miramar Beach
Well say this was a complete tourist place, like Juhu beach of Mumbai. It’s not very calm but interesting, you can watch dolphins here on a ride for it. This is in Panaji city so don’t forget to dine at some of the best cuisines in the city and see the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church.


9. Dona Paula
A great view of the sea and a long sea side walk is fascinating even during rains, watch the roaring sea and waves from the sea side walk and benches to relax on. This place has been shown in many Bollywood movies and therefore it is a must go site when in Goa.

10. Majorda Beach
My 10/10 rating to this beach here in the South, this is the only beach in South Goa that I visited during my vacation this time and it is one of the most beautiful and attractive beaches from all the above. We reached late during the evening but an awesome view of white sands, grey sky, straight level sea. This is a bit far if you are staying in the North but hey a must see, time your best couple time here for it’s unspoiled beauty.

Photography by: Mustafa Pathan

Those are the Must See 10 Beaches of North Goa and 1 towards the South. So do enjoy Goa in Monsoon and in June with this I think you all can now have fun travelling to Goa in any season.

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