Calangute Activities




There is a host of Calangute activities one can indulge in on a trip to Calangute. The beaches of this city are a favorite among the tourists, who come from different parts of the world. Calangute Beach is known as the Queen of Beaches. This is truly a scintillating beach with rows of palm trees on it. This vast sandy beach stretches up to Candolim but the sea can be rough and it is not recommended to swim in the afternoon.

Calangute Beach attracts all those travelers and tourists who are enthusiastic to spend their holidays soaked in sea, sun and sand. Some common sights on this beach are people lazing around, diving in the sea, taking sunbath and children making sand castles. The beach offers some of the most adventurous Calangute activities. It offers great opportunity for water sports like parasailing, water skiing and wind surfing. A walk along the beach in the evening is a great feeling.

Calangute activities include visiting the different sightseeing places. Some of the places of tourist interests are as follows:
  • Calangute Church
  • Kerkar Art Complex
One can also go for some good dining at the various restaurants here. The best restaurants are nestled around the entrance to the beach along the Baga Road. Calangute offers great shopping facility to the enthusiasts. One can also go for shopping in upscale shopping malls situated here. Shopping is one of the most interesting Calangute activities.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012


     


     

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