About Calangute

Tourists who wish to visit Calangute must obtain detailed information about Calangute. Calangute is a city located in the northern region of the state of Goa. Calangute abounds in beaches, resorts and hotels. The city has a maritime kind of a climate. Calangute has a total population of 15,776 people, according to 2001 census. Around 54% of the population is male and the rest 46% of the population are females. The approximate literary rate of the city is 73%.

Calangute beach, Goa, was a land of the hippies during the 1960s. Large numbers of tourists used to visit this beach annually. Calangute beach is known to be a paradise for nature lovers and adventurers. The beaches are encircled with palm trees and cool shady spots.

The Calangute beach is one of the popular beaches of Goa. Calangute beach is also known as the Queen of Beaches. The surrounding regions of Calangute are the villages of Saligao, Candolim, and Arpora-Nagoa, which add to the beauty of Calangute. Calangute and Baga beaches are the real attraction of Goa.

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Last Updated on 07 August 2012



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