Counted amongst the most popular and lively beaches in Goa, Baga(Beach) is literally an extension of Calangute. Baga is smaller than the Calangute and Colva beaches lying on either side of it. It is favored by tourist who want to sun bathe in peace during by day and enjoy the Goan nightlife by night. However, Baga can be just as exciting for the more active tourist and offers a wide range of water sports from jet skis to parasailing. Baga is known to have the best range of restaurants and the liveliest nightlife in the area. While you are there don't miss the Saturday Flea market for all kinds of odds and ends, handicrafts, jewellery and snacks
Restaurants in Baga
4 based on 3 reviews
Baga has like Calangute become a popular tourist destination so the beach has become very busy especially at weekends and public holidays.lots of shacks and water sports.As you walk along towards Calangute it becomes quieter between the two Beaches.On a Wednesday it’s possible to take a boat trip to Anjuna market.You can crossto the opposite side of the creek via the Baga bridge or there are some good restaurants beside the Baga river.Plenty of lifeguards stationed or patrolling the beach so a safe environment.Very popular with domestic tourists.
4.5 based on 318 reviews
This Church has really got good view around it. Its very quiet place as it remains open between 07:00 and 08:30 only. So reach during that period. Otherwise you will find it close as shown in picture also.
4 based on 998 reviews
Anjuna Market is one of goa’s most popular flea markets, with a whole variety of sellers offering everything imaginable, you get a true sense of India with the smell of spices from the spice stalls as you pass by, each seller trying to encourage you to look at their wares, you will also find watering holes to buy foods& drink, but don’t expect luxury, these are very basic but if you do want a little more up market, wind your way through the market, towards the beach where you will find a really nice bar and restaurant.
The market can be reached by taxi or you can get a water taxi from along the beach, which we did as their was one right by our hotel, so worth asking in advance, the return trip cost around £10 Per person from Calangute Beach.
Warning: watch out for the scammers, they will approach you very fast and grab your ear, which happened to me, my first thought was that I had something in or on my ear and he was just getting it off, he then says don’t move and started to take grim out of your ear, which I could not believe, he then asked me to go to his shop which I refused, this was only to get me out of the crowd, he then tried to get £40 out of me for doing his scam I refused, it turns out that this is a known scam and they have this waxy brown stuff on there person and they use slight of hand very clever.
So if you get approached walk on don’t be dragged in.
That said great place to visit and grab a bargain.
4 based on 894 reviews
For the best sunset views in the area, head to this beautiful old fort at Vagator Beach.
4 based on 223 reviews
After long busy beach and rocks with few shakes there is hidden beach with nice send and peoples around
5 based on 424 reviews
Konkan Explorers won the National Award for Best Outdoor Operator from the Outlook Indian Responsibile Tourism (IRTA) and we now represent Goa, India at the WTM(World Travel Market) London. Thanks to all our guests and well wishers. Konkan Explorers - Cruise, Nature and Discovery! For Curious and Active people. The trips and cruises we organize are from 1 hour and more. Each formula offers a different set of experiences. Discover Islands, wildlife, and beyond… Our trademark in Konkan Explorers is to combine cruise with diverse nautical activities like kayaking, sailing, swimming… The more curious and active you are the more you take back.
Everytime we come to Goa we choose to go with Konkan Explorers and it's never been a repetitive experience. Had a wonderful morning with friends and family. Enjoyed Kayaking into the mysterious Mangroves and discovering new paths to find a way out.. Thank you all at Konkan Explorers. We will be back again. What a wonderful day.
4 based on 688 reviews
We had absolutely no expectations from this beach. We visited this as we were near this place (Fort Auguda). But after visiting this beach, we thanked ourselves as we might have missed such a beautiful beach. It has great scenic feeling attached to it. Good thing is not much crowded so you get to spend your own personal time here. It has amazing view of the fort as well.
4 based on 2 reviews
Baga Beach is full of entertainment, water sports, night life, food. This is one of the most commercialized beach in Goa where you can find all type of activities.
4 based on 985 reviews
THE SATURDAY NIGHT MARKET - The World's Local Market. The Saturday Night Market is Goa's retro styled hippy and artisan night market that features a wide variety of colors and scenes and is truly a kaleidoscope of stalls having cultural influences from all across the globe, which is, in reality its uniqueness. Why miss it?
Come Saturday evening, and it seems the whole of Goa has come to visit the flea market. I was impressed with the way the organizers manage the traffic and thousands of cars for parking. The market has so many stalls, more than 1000, I think. However, it’s only called a flea market, the prices of some of the apparels and stuff are higher than some of the international brands. But it’s not just the apparels u get there, the market has lot of other stuff to shops from, spices, teas, jewellery, bags, crockery, home decor, etc etc. It has lot of food stalls and bars as well of different cuisine and live band Performances too! Makes for a very colourful evening/ night!
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Beautiful beach. It has amazing sunset view. The best beach to go cycling. At evening this beach is very clam. Water in this beach is very clear and clean. The surrounding of this beach is very nice . Had a very good time with friends at this beach .
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