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Calangute Beach - 3 KM

Calangute Beach is the longest beach in North Goa, stretching from Candolim to Baga. Due to its sheer size and popularity, it is a hub for tourists and backpackers from all over the world. Popular as the ""Queen of Beaches"", the Calangute Beach of Goa is among the top ten bathing beaches in the world. Being one of the busiest and most commercial beaches of Goa, it is swarming with eating joints, shacks and clubs serving cocktails, beer and seafood. The Calangute Beach is also known for its water sports activities like parasailing, water surfing, banana ride and jet-skiing.

Baga Beach - 3 KM

One of the most popular beaches in North Goa, Baga Beach is located close to Calangute beach, around 30 Km North of Panjim. Baga is the perfect destination to witness the dazzling nightlife of Goa as signature places such as Britto's, Tito's and Mambos are located in the vicinity. Being one of the most visited beaches in the North, Baga also offers a vast range of water sports.

Titos Night Club - 3 KM

Club Tito’s is one of the oldest and most popular nightclubs in Goa. In fact, this nightclub located in North Goa was one of the first discotheques to open in the state way back in 1971, and today is famous enough to have a lane named after it! Synonymous with electrifying nights, loud music, world-class music DJs, live acts and international dance performers, Club Tito’s is your reason to party loud and proud in North Goa.

Snow Park - 4 KM

Snow Park in Goa is mostly famous for its ice cold environment in the midst of the humid subtropical land of Goa. Snowpark has a lot to offer from Goa’s only ice bar to ice igloo and sculptures. Snowpark also has a number of rides to which you get unlimited access to, ice sliders, DJ music and games.

Mapusa Local Market - 5 KM

An excellent location for ardent shoppers, Mapusa market is just the usual Goan bazaar for most of the week, where local traders bring in their usual fare except for Fridays, when the market turns into a platform for Goan entrepreneurs to showcase their produce in the most vibrant (and noisy) fashion. You can find just about anything at Mapusa Market on a Friday, with items ranging from antiques and Goan pottery to handicrafts, textiles, clothing, spices, fruits, vegetables, meats, jewellery and much more. Bargaining may save you some cash here, so this comes across as a good place to test your haggling skills.

SinQ Night Club - 6 KM

Located in Sinquerim, SinQ Night Club is upbeat and trendy with chill vibes all over, a chic lounge-club experience that doesn't have to wait until the sun goes down. The warm earthy tones of minimalist furniture combine perfectly with the poolside lounge. The property is a combination of four entertainment zones - a snazzy nightclub, a contemporary Goan Tavern, a poolside deck and lounge - all rolled into one to create the ultimate party venue. One can choose to party away or laze around in the outdoor lounge over a few drinks, or beat the heat in the pool. For foodies, the Poolside Deck dishes up wood fire pizzas and barbeque fare, while the Goan tavern offers some of the finest and most mouthwatering Goan delicacies and European cuisine to satiate your palate.

Aguada Fort - 6 KM

Fort Aguada is a 17th-century Portuguese fort looking out at the confluence of Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. The crumbling ramparts of the fort stand on the Sinquerim Beach, approximately 18 km from Panjim. The highlight of the fort is a lone four-storey lighthouse (which is one-of-its-kind in Asia )and a stunning view of the sunset.

Candolim Beach - 6 KM

Candolim Beach is one of most frequented and popular beach of Northern Goa. The beach starts at the footsteps of the highly acclaimed Fort Aguada, built by the Portuguese in 1612.This sandy stretch runs into Calangute Beach, a busy and commercialized center. The Candolim Beach itself is long and straight, backed by scrub-covered dunes, which is very popular with package tourists. These beaches are quite peaceful than other beaches of Goa as it is a dispersed village with no real center.

Anjuna Beach - 7 KM

Anjuna beach provides beach goers with some of the stunning scenery and photographic view during sunrise and sunset. The combination of the white sand and the scintillating blue sea create an unbeatable view. Also, you might not want to miss the principal attraction of the beach, the flea market. It captivates a large number of tourists to crowd this place every Wednesday. You’ll get an excellent deal if you’re an expert in bargaining.

Vagator Beach - 7 KM

Vagator beach is adorned with picturesque red cliffs that look down to two freshwater springs that are a stone’s throw distance from the sea. The beach is mainly divided by a seaside headland which acts as a prime spot for car parking and several small stalls that sell clothes, food and an assortment of trinkets and souvenirs. When facing the sea from the headland, on the right lies the North Vagator Beach or locally known as ‘Big Vagator’, while on the left lies the Ozran Beach or what is known as ‘Little Vagator Beach’.

LPK Night Club - 7 KM

Club LPK (Love Passion Karma) is one of the finest clubs in Goa. Located on the waterfront, Club LPK is true to its name. Love, passion and karma – all three are aptly depicted by the party scene and the wonderful décor of the club. You can enjoy a hearty dinner after a drink or two at the club or you can go for an ‘all night party’.

Thalassa - 10 KM

Situated in Vaddy, Siolim, on a waterfront property, where the water is seen meeting the ocean, Thalassa basks in the rays of its famous sunsets. Not just a Greek taverna in Goa, but a place where the warmth and sheer happiness of Greek hospitality amalgamates instinctively with the laid back, free and tranquil atmosphere and vibe of Goa.

Panjim City - 12 KM

Panaji is the state capital of Goa. The city is also known as Panjim. Panaji with a population of 40,017 (2011 census), is the biggest city in north Goa, and the third biggest city in the state after Vasco da Gama and Margao. It is on the southern banks of the Mandovi River. However, the greater Panaji metropolitan area also has a beachfront location with the Arabian Sea. It is the peninsula of the Mandovi where you will see floating casinos and cruise boats. Panjim is 27.8 kilometers from the Goa International Airport at Dabolim. Goa is best known for its beaches. In Panaji, you will find the Miramar and some other beaches.

Miramar Beach - 16 KM

Located in the heart of Goa’s capital, Miramar Beach in Panjim is the longest beach in the state. Stretching as far as 2 kilometers, the beach sits on the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian sea, offering splendid oceanic views. Miramar Beach was originally called Porte de Gaspar Dias by Portuguese settlers in Goa, but the name was later changed to ‘Miramar’, meaning “to look at the sea.

Dona Paula View Point - 18 KM

Located around 7kms from Panjim, Dona Paula is one of the most popular tourist hangouts in Goa famous for its vast stretch of beach. The small beach is also popular as the Lover's Paradise and features a jetty (Dona Paula Jetty) adjacent to it, which provides an ethereal view of the Arabian Sea and Mormugao harbour. Another attraction here is the whitewashed statue, called 'Image of India', depicting Mother India and Young India.