Vagator Beach at Goa of India

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Vagator Beach Goa is well- identified as the ‘city of beaches’ and is one of the most important cities of India known for its nightlife and well- facilitated resorts. Vagator Beach is the most gorgeous beaches of Goa which is the northernmost beach of Bardez Taluka. The famous Chapora Fort, one of the most beautiful forts in Goa, is also situated on the Vagator beach. The availability of red cliffs and fresh water springs on the beach gives Vagator an edge over the other popular beaches. The beach is also famous for its local markets and amazing night life. The nearby attractions to this beach are Anjuna, Mapusa and Chapora.

Best Time to Visit:
Although the beach is crowded all the time, October to March is considered to be the best time to visit the beach. The weather is at its most pleasant during this time.

Places to Stay:
Vagator Beach offers numerous accommodation options. Some of these are – The Funky Monkey Hostel, Poonam Village Resort, Double Tree by Hilton Goa, Spazio Leisure Resort and Hacienda De Goa Resort.

How to Reach:

  • One can easily travel to Vagator beach as it is well-connected to the rest of Goa. The nearest airport to Vagator Beach is Debolim International airport, which is 29km away from Panaji. The nearest railway station is Madgaon Railway Station and Vasco-da-Gama Railway Station which is well-linked with all the major cities of India like Mumbai, Delhi and Jaipur. Frequent bus services are available to Vagator Beach from Mapusa which is the nearest bus station to the place. Tourists can also hire taxis to travel from Panaji to Mapusa and then to Vagator beach.



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