Margao - Colva Beach




Margao - Colva Beach is one of the most frequented tours from Margao. The tourists may enjoy the serenity and tranquility that abounds in the beach resort. The natural beauty of Colva Beach attracts Indian and foreign tourists in large numbers. The beach is located at a distance of 6 kilometers from the city of Margao.

Colva Beach is one of the longest beaches on the state of Goa. The beach stretches over 20 kilometers. The shimmering sand of the beach is bordered by the palm trees that can be seen at a distance.

Accommodation is provided to the tourists by the various luxury and budget hotels that lie close to the beach. The tourists may also taste the scintillating seafood prepared in the restaurants of the region. Nossa Senhora de Merces (Our Lady of Mercy) Church is one of the popular tourist destinations from the beach. The church celebrates the Fama of Menino Jesuse (Child Jesus) on the third Monday of the month of October.

It is best to visit the region between the months of November and February. It is during these months that the true spirit of the region enlivens itself.

The tourists may travel to the region in the buses provided by the KTC. Auto rickshaws are also available for the tourists to travel from Margao to Colva Beach.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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