Beach hopping, Sun bathing and water sports are
the main activities of Calangute.
You can also visit
the neighbouring Baga and Anjuna beaches and
venture further to some quiet, secluded beaches
such as Vagator and Candolim to appreciate the
Church of St. Alex is a magnificent work of
architecture with its dome and towers. Visit the
Kerkar Art Complex, which hosts art and crafts
If you happen to
be there on a Thursday or Friday, you can attend
an Indian classical dance and music concert.
Bazaar is famous, with wares ranging from
textiles, pottery, souvenirs, foodstuff.
There is a Tibetan
market at Calangute that you can visit too or
you could always head to the Wednesday Market at
Anjuna. Take a boat trip down the Mandovi or
Zuari rivers, where you could spot crocodiles
and dolphins if you are lucky.
India's only one live CASINO , the gaming zone
in Panaji if you feel like winning.
Calangute is famous for its water sports like
water scooters, Para-sailing and banana boats.
Also enjoy the delicious seafood feast all along
the beach and the local wines, feni and beer. In
the evenings hit the bars, and for some wild
nightlife check-out the beaches of Anjuna and
beaches of Baga and Candolim lies the 4 mile
long Queen of Beaches, Calangute.
fishing village with its beautiful coconut tree
lined, pristine beach was said to have been
discovered in the 1960's by the hippies. It
paved the way for the many European tourists who
come flocking to this place. The most happening
beach of Goa, you will find everything here
great food, shopping, entertainment. It's
definitely the perfect blend for those who are
extrovert, and for those who seek solitude.