Siridao Beach - Goa

Siridao Beach is situated near Zuari estuary, a few kilometers from Panjim. It is a rocky and sandy beach, which is popular for its mysterious caves. Siridao Beach in Goa is a shell collector's paradise. One can come across a wide variety of oysters and pearl shells at the beach.

The Chapel of Jesus of Nazareth is situated in the Siridao Beach of Goa. Thousands of the devotees come to the chapel to pay reverence to Lord Jesus. Many devotees flock the chapel during the first week of Easter, when a grand feast is held in the chapel.

The entrance of the Siridao village, near the Siridao beach, bears three stone statues playing musical instruments. The village is known to preserve the testimony of huge creature, resembling a man. The creature is said to have inhabited the village and is locally known as 'Paulist'. Siridao village also houses the Holy Souls chapel. The chapel, designed by Lucio Miranda, was built in 1973 and is known for its beautiful architecture.

Last Updated on : 25/06/2013