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Goa Calangute Beach
The "Queen Of Beaches", as this Calangute beach is often called offers a lovely beauty that will be rare to find. It is Goa's busiest and most commercialized resort.The beach is about four miles long and is covered with palm trees. Calangute is a town on the northern coast of Goa. It is among the most popular tourist destinations in Goa. Calangute is located 13 km from Panaji and 8 km from Mapusa.
Fahrenheit Hotels and Resorts
Calangute Baga Road, opposite Subway, Calangute, India
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Located in Calangute, Fahrenheit Hotels and Resorts is an easy drive from Baga Beach and Fort Aguada. It also offers a Jacuzzi, an outdoor pool and meeting rooms.
Fahrenheit Hotels and Resorts has air conditioned rooms with movies-on-demand and a mini bar. They feature bottled water, tea and coffee making facilities and wireless internet access.
Fahrenheit Hotels and Resorts features a restaurant and a bar where guests can unwind at the end of the day. Every morning a buffet breakfast is prepared in the breakfast room. A selection of dining options are also found in the area.
Calangute's well-known attractions and landmarks are within close proximity to the hotel, with Calangute Beach only a 10-minute stroll away. Guests are able to visit Candolim and Panaji, located a short drive away from the property.
Adamo The Bellus Goa
Naika Vaddo, Calangute, India
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Conveniently situated and offering a sauna, this comfortable resort is a short drive from Candolim. It provides 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.
There are a variety of facilities on offer to those staying at Adamo The Bellus Goa, such as a kids pool, 24-hour room service and a coffee bar. It includes family-friendly amenities, with room designs and services for families of all sizes, as well as a playground and supervised child care/activities.
Guests staying at Adamo can enjoy the stylish rooms that provide a mini bar, a refrigerator and tea and coffee making facilities. They feature a seating area, bottled water and wireless internet access.
Those staying at Adamo The Bellus can dine on international dishes at the on-site restaurant, ideally based for those who want to stay nearby when looking for a bite to eat. The resort also offers a daily breakfast that can be enjoyed in the breakfast room, or there are a selection of popular eateries in the local area discover.
Calangute's well-known attractions and landmarks are within close proximity to Adamo The Bellus Goa, with Calangute Beach just 10 minutes away. Sinquerim and Fort Aguada are only an easy drive from the resort.
Relax at the beach. The beach reaches from Candolim to Baga. Known also as the Queen of Beaches, although is rather crowded nowadays. Unfortunately it has also been reported to be a place where women risk to be harrassed. The sand is quite full of beds for sunbathing. These are free at least if you buy something from the beach shack, but expect a lot of salesmen.
If you go from the center of the town to the beach, you will find a massive amount of water sports operators; they are cheap and fun but their safety is very doubtful due to the large number of jetskis operating in the breaking waves. At this part of the beach there are no beach shacks.
The World Famous Decades Bar, Agar Vaddo, Calangute Goa (On main arpora road nr St Michaels Washing Centre), phone: 00918806589067. This is a British owned bar due to open on 1 November and promises to provide good food, good service at reasonable prices. It will provide live entertainment during the week including bingo and karaoke with live football at the weekend. Beautiful views, with a friendly atmosphere and European Standards.
India has dozens of excellent beaches, with the best ones to be found along the Malabar Coast. Goa is the hub in this area, but you may find the quiet of Morjim, Palolem or Asvem a more family-focused experience. Most beaches have bungalow resorts,
restaurants and water equipment for youngsters to play with. You can rent bikes, go for a boat ride to see dolphins, or check out the flea market at Goa's Anjuna Beach.
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The Malabar Coast is home to some of the best beaches in the world. Goa forms the social hub for the southern beach scene, but for something quieter check out Palolem, Morjim or Asvem. Many beaches have places to sleep, and most offer simple grilled seafood and cold beers. Another great option is Lakshadweep and its 36 islands. 10 of these remote islands are populated by friendly islanders, and the diving is excellent.
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