Fort and Calm Beach
No entry fee
9:30 AM to 5:30 PM on all days of the week
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Bowed in the silhouette of a Portuguese fort on the contrary, Chapora Beach is located on the northern side of the Vagator, which is at the distance of 10 km from Mapusa. It's one of the best beaches of Goa that touches a chord in the heart of tourists with its white sandy unfold, black lava rocks, sapphire expanse, and shaking palms. It's the favourite spot for the one, who love the surf and the sand. It's one of the most cloistered and tranquil beaches in Goa, which brings a lots of shacks and restaurant all around. However, a long walk through Chapora Main Street will simply take you to the past traditional buildings, luxury restaurants, pubs, bars and other stores. One of the best leisure paradises in Goa, Chapora is a cloistered beach and beautiful sight to behold always.
Bordered by green hills, this beach is no doubt a perfect destination for relaxation, fun and entertainment. The atmosphere around the beach is very calm and serene. The seashore offers adventurous water activities, hippy nightlife and famous tourist attractions that fascinate travel explorers from worldwide. However, it's a lovely silvery beach that makes it more peaceful place from other beaches of Goa. It has more or less held back its natural charm and maintained itself on a stingy budget and unceasing efforts of the local habitants. So, if you want a break from hustle and bustle of your city, visit Chapora and have a wonderful time at the beach with delicious sea food to bask upon.
The first and foremost attraction at the Chapora Beach is the glorious Chapora Fort, which was built during Portugal rule. It is located at the mouth of Chapora River and well connected to the Vagator Beach too. It's one of the must-visit places and everyone should go & view the beauty of the old charm that still hangs around here. Once you visit here, it will make you mesmerized as it offers a spellbinding view of the beach.
The nightlife of Chapora Beach is very calm and quite different from the hurly burly and chaos of other seashore. Tourists from all over the world visit here to spend some quality time till midnight. There are lots of bars and restaurants made up of palm leaves and woods on the beachside, which always invigorates after sunset. Travellers can visit Small Taverna (bar) for a drink called feni â€" a local brewed cashew and coconut made drink. At night, it becomes a splendid place to rejuvenate. The lively nights at Chapora also offers many dance floors to tourists that add extra fun and entertainment.