Strände von Goa


Strände von Goa

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Strände von Goa
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Goa hat eine Küstenlinie von 100 Km, die vor dem Arabischen Meer steht. Die Ausgänge der sieben Flüsse von Goa brechen die gerade und ununterbrochene Küstenlinie. Goa hat eine Variante der atemberaubenden schönen Strände für die Reisenden. Einer der bekanntesten Strände von Goa ist Anjuna Strand. Dieser Strand ist immer überfüllt, aber ist Lust der Einkäufer. Andere bekannte Strände sind Vagator Strand, Miramar Strand, Dona Paula Strand, Colva Strand, Arambol Strand, Bogmalo Strand, Benaulim Strand, Calangute Strand, Chapora Strand, Mabor, Majorda, usw.

Die Strände von Goa sind auch für die Qualität des Sandes bekannt. Calangute Strand ist für seinen Kokosnusshain bekannt.

Last Updated on : October 12, 2017



















     


     

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