Calangute Nightlife




Calangute nightlife lures tourists from across the country. The night party goers would have no dearth of option with regards to night clubs and bars. Nightlife in Calangute contributes quite a lot to the city's tourism. The bars and pubs provide wonderful ambiance and great drinks. There are dance floors in the night clubs for those who wish to groove. All the night joints have a modern look.

The Tito's is a popular bar in Calangute. This is located at the Baga end of the beach. The bar remains open until midnight in the off seasons. During a season that is from late December to January, the bar is open till the wee hours of morning. Otherwise, most of the bars wind up by 10.00 pm. Compared to other places in Goa, here the parties are not that wild.

Pete's Bar is another popular bar located in Calangute. It offers a wide array of drinks, backgammon sets and relentless reggae music. Other popular bars are Further Afield and Bob's Inn. One can unwind by having a sip of beer, or Vodka or rum, or champagne or whiskey from these joints. Calangute nightlife is one of the main attractions for the tourists who come here throughout the year.



Last Updated on 07 August 2012


     


     

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