Radhanagar Beach is situated 12 km from Havelock’s ferry pier. This is not a huge island to explore. It has an overall length of 2 km and width of 30-40 meters. It is one of the best beaches of Andaman Islands with fine white sand, turquoise blue waters and a lot of peace and serenity in short this is beautiful land mass.
Varkala beach also known as Papanasam beach, attracts tourist with white sand, golden sunset, pristine waters and towering cliffs and is popular for the point of view of tourism. Varkala Beach is counted as one of the top ten seasonal beaches in the world by discovery channel, this beach has a stunning beauty of landscapes, brown sand, and sea.
Varkala beach is very famous for spa, mineral springs and ayurvedic centers, it is also a good hub of treatments and therapies. It is believed that taking bath in it will wash away all your sins.
Baga Beach is a popular beach and tourist destination in North Goa. It is a small beach located between two most famous cousins ( Anjuna on one side and Calangute on the other ). This beach is famous for having salty bath for many people in Goa over the year, as this beach has heavy waves compared to all the other beaches. The Baga beach is more of a fishing beach with the tourists from across the world trying to get that big catch.
Baga Beach is also popular for its rocking nightlife with some very famous clubs. There are also a range of water sports that you can try there.
It is the largest and one of the most visited beach in north Goa, which is connected with Baga by its side. This beach is famous for water sports, paragliding with having long row of beach shacks and restaurants. The Christmas and New Year is the peak time of Tourism here. During the monsoon season, from June to September, the sea can be rough and swimming is prohibited.