An extension of the Vagator Beach, Ozran Beach is often endearingly termed as the little Vagator. Ozran is larger than the mother Vagator, and is flanked by groves of palm trees offering much-needed respite from the heat for the travelers. Little Vagator is one of the most interesting places to visit near Anjuna Goa. The beach is mostly rocky, especially more so on the two extreme sides.Read More..
Baga is a famous beach destination in North Goa that attracts thousands of tourists and watersports lovers to its heart. The beach shares its coastal line from the environs of Sinquerim, Candolim, and Baga, with the Baga shore being more lively and enticing. This bubbly beach is one of the best in Goa that stays awake the whole night.Read More..
Looming high above the Chapora River, Chapora Fort was constructed in 1617 by the Portuguese settlers on an earlier Muslim structure. The fort was initially intended as a border watch post, but later fell to Hindu invaders and was eventually abandoned and left in ruins. Although the fortress now lies in complete ruin, the Chapora fort is one of the most popular places to visit in Goa near Anjuna Beach, due to its scenic locale.Read More..