Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa. It is actually a small village in Goa located on the shores of the Arabian Sea. It is just 18 kms away from the capital city of Goa, Panaji. Anjuna beach is usually very crowded but still manages to maintain its beauty.

Anjuna Beach is also called the 'reak capital of the world' because it is swarming with hippies having beach parties and trance parties. This beach is also famous for its full moon parties. This beach is a perfect holiday destination for all kind of tourists. One can enjoy a swim, take a stroll, relax, have a sunbath or can build sand castles on this beautiful beach.

Anjuna Beach's Wednesday Flea Market is a must go in Goa. With a nonstop trance soundtrack setting the scene, thousand stalls sell almost everything. This place offers a unique collection of handicrafts, beachwear, souvenirs and trinkets sold at bargained prices.

While at Anjuna Beach, one should also try to attend The Acid House Party. It is a full moon party held by and for young tourists. The trance party with its dance, frolic, and merriment goes all night long besides the fire. Other major attractions of Anjuna Beach include magnificent Albuquerque Mansion, The Mascarenhas Mansion, and The Chapora Fort.

Last Updated on : 2 December 2010



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