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
Colva beach stretches for around 2.4 km, part of a beach consisting of about 25 km of powder white sand, lined along its shore by coconut palms, and extending as far as Bogmalo Beach to the north and Cabo de rama Beach to the South Goa's coastline. Colva is now a famous tourist destination, enjoyed for its beach. The tourist industry is well developed with many budget hotels, guest houses, beach shacks, food stalls, small restaurants and pubs and bars, although these developments haven't extended in any large degree to the nightlife. The beaches are constantly monitored by lifeguards and the swimming areas flagged with coloured flags accordingly. Being one of the famous beaches of Goa, this beach is highly crowded most of the time of the year. With a majority of its visitors being domestic Indian visitors this beach is mostly neglected by foreigners.
Located 6 km away from the west of Margao, Colva beach is one of the largest and striking beaches of South Goa that has fine powdered white sand and bounded by coconut palms that elongate from Bogmalo to Cabo de Rama alongside the coastline of south Goa. The Colva beach is very beautiful and has a stream flowing through it. Speckled with colonial style villas and broken-down fishing huts, the beach looks more stunning with a wide collection of concrete hotels, souvenir stalls and snack bars all around it. During day time, many tourists in colorful attires throng at this place and some are also seen sunbathing in the bright sun. On the other side, drink stands and jewelry stalls on the golden sands make a moony evening on the Beach of Colva very romantic for honeymoon couples.
There are lots of shacks available for lunch and a cold beer or two. For adventure freaks, various kinds of water activities are also available on the beach. While taking a long walk on the Colva Beach, silver carpets of mackerels can be viewed dazzling on the golden sands. This beach has lot to offer foreigners and Indian tourists compared to other beaches of Goa. In brief, it's a romantic gateway for beach lovers in India that offers an opportunity to relish the fascinating sightseeing, Goan nightlife, exalting water sports, and even more or less trinket shopping.
Colva is a beautiful beach in the village of Salcete in South Goa. A very popular tourist destination, it is known for its beaches, food, pubs and bars. It is also known for its Portugal significance with a number of buildings which speak of history, elegance and architecture. Extending from Bogmalo beach to Cabo de Rama beach; its a beach filled with coconut reefs lined out.
The nightlife in Colva beach is very lively and vibrant compared to other beaches in Goa. It is exotic and dazzling, which one should not miss out during their visit. It will simply tempt you to enjoy whole night. On the other side, the beach shacks and restaurants remain open till the wee hours of the dawn. The most popular and happening night spots are late bar and discos that perk up and rock the crowd to enjoy whole night. Besides, there are plenty of bars and restaurants that make a perfect day out for the family, friends or honeymoon couples. It makes a enjoyable day with full pleasure for young and old alike.