Top 6 Less Crowded Beaches Of Goa: Travel Guide Goa
Jul 11 2019


6 Top Most Cleanest Beach in Goa List

  • Palolem Beach. Palolem Beach, South Goa. ...
  • Calangute Beach. Calangute Beach. ...
  • Anjuna Beach. Anjuna Beach in North Goa. ...
  • Arambol Beach. Arambol beach in North Goa. ...
  • Mandrem Beach. Mandrem Beach in North Goa. ...
  • Morjim Beach. Morjim Beach.

The beaches of Goa attract tourists from all over the world. However, when it comes to the beaches, there is much more to discover that the rather commonly known Vagator, Calangute, Baga, or Anjuna. If you have had enough of the colorful nightlives, adventurous times and exiting shacks, then a number of less crowded beaches in Goa have many fine things to offer.

Whether the priority is relaxation, partying or experiencing culture, Goa has beaches to satisfy all visitors.

‘Queen of Beaches’, as the name says Calangute Beach Goa is truly a travelers paradise. With a spectacular beauty and charm, Calangute Beach is the among the top popular beaches in Goa. This largest beach in Goa is in the capital city of Panjim. This beach remains crowded for the most part of the year. A large number of tourists flock to this beach all over the year. Sundowners, nightfall parties attract many tourists.

Calangute Beach Goa is an excellent tourist retreat, loaded with souvenir shops, happening shacks and other stalls selling handicrafts, tattoos carving stalls, gothic jewellery, trinkets wall hangings, footwear, wooden crafts at best price.

History of Calangute Beach Goa

Calangute beach Goa has a history dating back from the third century. With a rich and glorious history, Calangute is history from a very period of time. Records show that the history of Calangute beach goa is quite ancient, starting from the Mauryan Empire. Later on, the Satavahanas of Kolhapur became the rulers of Calangute. Kadambas and Shilharas also had the privilege to rule the kingdom of Calangute.

In the year 1312, Mughals captured the throne of Calangute kingdom. The Mughal ruled quite for a time before the Bahama Sultans of Gulbarga came in the scenario Calangute in the year 1469. The ruler of Bijapur ascended the throne after the Bahama Sultans. In the year 1510, the Portuguese invaders banished the entire kingdom of Calangute under the rule of Adil Shah and set up Portuguese colony at Calangute.

The Portuguese ruled this region for quite a long time until the British annexed the entire coastal area of India. A substantial number of the local natives switched their religion to Christianity, under the rule of the Portuguese and the Dutch in Calangute. Even today, one can observe that Portuguese culture greatly influences the natives of Calangute.

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