About Mobor Beach
If a peaceful serene beach is what you seek, Mobor Beach is the place for you. Again, one of the best beaches of Goa - this one is a long stretch of seafront with few shacks and handicraft shops. Sunset is a no-miss if you happen to be there.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit Mobor Beach is from October to February
How To Reach
Book a Package Tour
The Fishermans Wharf
The Fisherman’s Wharf on Mobor Beach is one of the best places to eat in south Goa. The restaurant's location on the river offers a great view, and the menu features some delectable seafood such as Prawn Recheado, Pomfret in Butter Garlic Sauce, and the classic Goan Prawn Curry with Rice. For those looking for more conventional options, the Fisherman’s Wharf also offers Indian and Mediterranean options. Though this place is a bit costly, but it is well worth it.Cost for two: Rs 1,100
The Fisherman’s Wharf
Fisherman's wharf is located in Salcete along the Sal river in South Goa. We drove from our resort at Colva to Fisherman's wharf and the drive was around 16 km through narrow roads. Nonetheless, a pleasant drive since the roads were empty and were in perfect condition (very alluring to us since we are used to driving in Mumbai). The restaurant was easy to locate (near Leela). We reached at around 9 pm. The place is huge and has ample seating capacity. It was relatively warm since it was outdoor seating. But the table by the river and the pretty decor made up for it. Will I call it romantic - YES! There was live music and guests were also dancing along to it. But the music was stopped after 10.30 pm. Fisherman's Wharf is known for its food everywhere and this place was no exception.