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September - May
Couples, Friends, Families
2 out of 36 attractions in Bardez

Vagator Beach

A small beach in North- Goa, this is a flat beach and perfect for swimming. It is not as popular or crowded compared to many other beaches of the state and especially northern Goa, but is still a favourite of many tourists. There are also water activity options available here but these are not that good compared to the ones at the Sinquerim Beach in the same region. This is often a beach which misses the eye when you are busy visiting the busier beaches of Baga, Calangute and such others.
Neha Gala
Our day three started with  a photo shoot on Parra road, 10 minutes from XOXO hostel, where a scene from the movie ' Dear Zindagi' was shooted. We enjoyed clicking a lot of pictures and made reels too! The road has  amazing view of an orchard of Palm tress as our background. Then, we decided to have our lunch at one of the luxury collection hotel ,' W Goa  by Marriott.' Next, stop was Thalassa creek cafe, a place with a view that is so claming and the sound of the waves make us feel so calm and enjoy the moment in totality.The last stop for the day was the most hyped place on Instagram but not that great,Purple martini,Goa. As the place in on the beach by the sea, they have no air conditioners so it is too hot to visit the place before 5 and the prices for all the dishes are not the worth because the same rates we pay in Mumbai at the lounges where we visit ,which gives us  a good ambience and value for money.We did our flight bookings a day prior which costed us for 4500 rs. ( per person)And we were back with alot of experiences and learning from the trip.
Nisha Harbola
Pick souvenirs from the flea markets and stalls on your way to the beach. Jewellery, clothes, sunglasses, beach toys, shell necklaces, fridge magnets, hats, swimwear and what not. Get yourself a good bargain. Although, I'd heavily recommend saving keychains and fridge magnets for Mario Miranda stores across Goa.
Nisha Harbola
The one thing that you will think when you hear Vagator could be sunsets or flea market. Umm or maybe beach cricket? But what if I told you my first image is that of a bunch of bulls. Let me explain. Picture an orange sky and the frothy waves. Add the scenic W Retreat & Spa on one side and Chapora fort walls further up. The palms on the sides make a beautiful reflection on the water. Suddenly, the reflection has more than just the palms and clouds. It has, yes you guessed it right, half a dozen bulls, engaged in a casual bullfight, taking the beach by their horns. No one else seems to care about them bulls locking horns and running amok. Perhaps, that's what they mean when they say - live dangerously? I, on the other hand, experienced first-hand what death in slow motion might feel like. Not an enemy of them bulls, but clearly, not a big fan either.
Pubali Chaudhuri
Undoubtedly one of the best of the rocky beaches. This place has a unique charm.Sunset in Vagator beach is a bucket list worthy thing.
Fahim Pathan
After lunch and chilling some time sitting on shack head on to VEGATOR BEACH. Enjoy the sunset on climbing the rocks on the beach.