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North of Palolem, Agonda is an average-looking beach but a good place to chill out-it mostly attracts laid-back traveller
doing as little as possible.

There's a good stretch of beach near the flea market, and plenty of accommodation strung out over a wide area. Anjuna retains its popularity with the party crowd, but its days as the place to 'see and be seen' are virtually over. Market day (Wednesday) should not be missed.

The most northern of Goa'a developed beaches, Arambol has an attractive rocky headland and chilled-out but increasingly busy
scene with music bars and some good restaurants; it attracts backpackers and some of the old Anjuna crowd looking for a quieter time.

Stretching down to the Chapora River, the beaches here are nothing special in themselvers, but travellers have drifted here
to escape the 'scene' further south. There are bamboo and palm-thatch huts and a few beach shacks but essentially it's a
quiet place to do nothing.

The long stretch of very crowded beach here is overloaded with beach shacks and sun beds, backed by mid-range concrete-block
hotels. This is package-tourism central,though many travellers still prefer the upbeat atmosphere here to that further north.

A small, exclusive beach south of Vasco da Gama, Bogmalo is set up for charters.

A continuation of Calangute, Candolim is a mix of five-star resorts, package hotels, beach shacks and some good restaurants.

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Goa is most popular for its exotic beaches.

The beach here is similar to Calangute, but it's much quieter and still has a noticeable fishing industry. There's a mix of
package tourists, Indian tourists and backpackers, but no party scene. Benaulim village is a good place to stay long term.

Blighted by a petrochemical plant in the distance, these beaches north of Colva have a few upmarket resort hotels but little tourist activity.

The next beach south is clean but uninspiring, with a small knot of bamboo huts between the road and the beach and good
mid-range accommodation among the cocomut groves near Mandrem Creek.

This is Goa's 'paradise lost' according to some. Palolem sis still the most idyllic beach in the state, but it's fast filling up with travellers and the businesses set up to service them. Accommodation is mostly in the string of bamboo huts fronting
the beach.

There's a small, picturesque beach at Vagator and a rocky headland. It's the centre of the night-time party scene, popular with European and Israeli ravers.

Five-star luxury resorts her front relatively empty, undeveloped beaches.

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