Panaji Beach

The Miramar Beach is popularly known as the Panaji Beach. The Miramar Beach near Panaji is one of the most visited beaches in Goa. Formerly known as the Gaspar Dias Beach, the Panaji Beach is over 2 Kilometers long. It is situated at the confluence of the Arabian Sea and Mandovi river.

The Miramar Beach is one of the busiest and crowded beaches of the state. The Miramar Beach in Panaji is a big hit with the tourists, revelers and also the residents of the city.

The Miramar Beach is well facilitated with several top of the line beach resorts and hotels. These places make the place more popular with the tourists and visitors. The Aguada Fort lying just across the Mandovi river is a wonderful sight from the beach.

The Panaji beach is a hot bed of different activities like water sports, live music and it boasts of an exciting night life.

Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



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