Benaulim Beach Goa at South Goa District, Benaulim of India

Benaulim Beach Goa are calm and peaceful with a long stretch of white sand coastline. This firmly describes the leisure beach situated in the south of Goa, about 2 kms from the Colva beach. Being named similarly as the town of Benaulim, this beach in Goa is left untouched by the tourists which makes it a perfect escapade for someone looking for closeness to nature. Enjoying the immense beauty and serenity, one can simply laze around on the Benaulim beach. Apart from the beach, the place also homes Church of St.John the Baptist which is a classic example of Goan architecture.

Best Time to Visit:
Goa is a place which is packed with tourists the whole time of the year. October to March being considered as the peak season, it is the onset of the monsoon which attracts the most tourists.

Places to Stay:
As Goa is highly dependent on tourism, accommodation never has been a problem. Various hotels and resorts with great discounts are located in proximity of the popular beaches. Some of the hotels which tourists can look for are Taj Exotica, La Grace Resort, Royal Palms and Carina Beach Resort.

Places to Eat:
Tourists in Benaulim can enjoy a great deal of exquisite Goan delicacies at the nearby restaurants. This includes Indian and Goan cuisines offered by Johncy’s Bar & Restaurant, Joencon’s Garden Restaurant, Hawaii Restaurant and many more. To add to the fun, the town of Benaulim leaves no stone unturned in making the nightlife a mighty one for the tourists. For this, the place hosts several nightclubs and bars opened all night.

How to Reach:
One can easily reach the Benaulim beach via airway. Nearest airport to Benaulim is located at Dabolim. With the nearest railway station at Karmali, tourists can travel to the beach of Benaulim in Goa in no time.

 

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