Nature Lovers, Fun Lovers, Adventure Seekers
No entry fee
All days of the Week 12:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Duration of Visit:
2 to 3 hours
Ozran Beach is one of the beautiful Goan beaches, which is situated around 3 km from Anjuna and Vagator Beach. The beach is located behind hillocks, on which the Chapora Fort is situated.
Tourists have to climb down a small hill in order to get to the beach. The beach is lined up with a number of beach shacks with various beach beds where tourists can indulge in sunbathe. The major attraction of this beach is a huge human face carved on a rock on the shore. Moreover, the beach is also popular among many Indian film makers.
At a distance of 20 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand, 46 km from Vasco Da Gama Railway Station and 12 km from Mapusa, Ozran Beach is also known as Little Vagator situated in North Goa.
Ozran Beach is located just after Anjuna Beach, close to the Vagator Beach. The Ozran Beach is a small but very picturesque beach. It is situated behind the hillocks on which the fort of Chapora is located. To reach the Ozran Beach travellers have to climb a small hill. Wonderful surroundings make the beach one of the main attractions of Goa.
Ozran Beach is an extension of the Vagator Beach. It is a hotspot for foreign tourists and has one of the most picturesque settings found in this coastline. Ozran is a rocky beach more so on it's left and right extremes. The beach appears less crowded compared to Vagator Beach. Mostly Goan's in many groups spend their day at Ozran beach with their family and friends.
Towards the northern side of the beach there is a huge human face carved on a rock. The sculpture was carved by a tourist visiting Goa. Today this carved face is an attraction of this beach and it adds to the beauty of the beach. Some call it the Shiva face.
The beach has a number of beach shacks wherein tourists have a wonderful time. Outside these beach shacks are beach beds where the tourists rest upon or have a sun bath. This beach is particularly favourite for sun bathing. Viewing the sunset on this beach is a great experience. The beach is also famous among the Indian film makers. The blue sky over the beach looks marvelous and best for star gazing at night.
At a separation of 20 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand, Ozran Beach is an augmentation of the Vagator Beach. It is a hotspot for remote travelers and has a standout amongst the most pleasant settings found in this coastline. Ozran is a rough shoreline all the more so to its left side and right extremes.
The shoreline seems less swarmed contrasted with Vagator Beach. For the most part Goan's in numerous gatherings spend their day at Ozran shoreline with their family and companions. The shoreline has ious shoreline shacks wherein travelers have a magnificent time.
Outside these shoreline shacks are shoreline beds where the travelers rest upon or have a sun shower. This shoreline is especially most loved for sun washing. Survey the dusk on this shoreline is an incredible ordeal. The shoreline is likewise popular among the Indian producers. The blue sky over the shoreline looks brilliant and best for star looking around evening time.
Also known as the Vagator Beach Road, this is along which the bus will take you to get down at the Vagator Beach. More peaceful than the other main beaches, this is also not a very popular one. You will however find a number of options for eating as well shopping here. The massuers here are very good at giving you some relaxation and you certainly need to be aware of some leachourous people who come here to disturb others. There are always policemen here to whom you can confide at anytime. Also, this is a flat beach and perfect for swimming. There is also a beautiful, black statue of Lord Shiva nearby and almost on the shores which makes it clear that there are Hindu influences too out here.