Miramar Beach 1/8 by Tripoto
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swimming, picnics, photography, walking
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Families, Couples, Friends
13 out of 99 attractions in Panaji
The main beach in the heart of the city, this is just a few minutes drive from the Panjim Main Market. Being is such a location, this beach is almost everytime crowded. The scenic beauty is awesome and the main reason is that this is the mouth of the Mandovi River. The slope of the beach is gentle and thus this place is ideal for swimming. You can also go for a morning or evening walk along the beach or sit and enjoy some snacks sold by the sellers who sit on the shores. This is however not the best beach if you are seeking one with lot of serenity and peacefulness.
Madhuree
18. Miramar BeachMiramar is the nearest beach to Panjim which has resulted in its commercialization. The beach is famous for local streets shops, chats and restaurants. Compared to rest of the Goan beaches, this beach is not that much clean.
Uditi
A crowded beach by the locals from Panaji and towns nearby. What better way to explore the Goan culture and interact with the locals.
Uditi
Neha Makdey
Miramar BeachAfter exploring Goa using a map drawn by Mr. Louis (My first Goan friend), I started towards Miramar Beach. I was tired of riding a bike on a hot day in Goa. I parked my bike and sat on Miramar beach for more than an hour, appreciating the beautiful sunset and the prefect day.
Gita Madhu
Smaranika Das
Miramar Beach is the closest to Panjim. Though a lot of tourist do not visit this, the beach has a different charm to offer. Relaxing on the beach by enjoying spicy and street food from the stall can be a better option sometimes. This place also offers a breath-taking sunset along with the cool and preachy wind.
Nancy Nance
The atmosphere is quite peaceful. One could sit here, enjoy the sight of sunset and relax. It's not a crowded beach like Calangute.
Gautam Modi
Now this time Goa really amazed me. Street food, that to in Goa. Yesss, I was really excited to try it. I am not a foodie person but when I see street food I am gone. I saw it while going to Dona Paula Jetty. Entry fee: NIL How to Reach: 5 kms from Panaji, Goa Recommended Length of Visit: 1-2 hrs Tips: Must visit to see the sunset. It will be a lifetime experience. Facts: Awesome street food and that to with local people. It was really one of the best experience in Goa I had.