Margao - Sinquerim Beach




Margao - Sinquerim Beach is one of the historical excursions conducted by the tourists from the city of Margao. Margao to Sinquerim Beach is one of the most popular tours from Margao. The Sinquerim Beach is located at a distance of 55 kilometers from the city of Margao.

Local transport is available to commute the tourists from the city of Margao to Sinquerim Beach. The tourists may travel by the hired taxis and buses to the beach.

Fort Aguada is one of the primary attractions of the region. The fort was established by the Portuguese to prevent the encroachment by the enemies. The old fort still stands in all its grandiosity by the Sinquerim Beach.

Facilities are available for the tourists to indulge in the water sports activities in Sinquerim Beach. The tourists enjoy swimming in the clear blue waters of the Arabian Sea.

Accommodation is available in the budget and luxury hotels that lie along the Sinquerim Beach. Taj Holiday Village, Aguada Beach Resort and Aguada Hermitage are some of the luxurious resorts of the region.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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