The dark sands of Vagator Beach lead on from the red cliffs that line it. Vagator is popular with both local and foreign tourists, and as a result visitors will find lots of vendors and stands selling snacks, sliced local fruit, trinkets, and souvenirs. Plenty of bars and shacks are on hand to cater to this mixed crowd, and in the high season most bars reverberate to the sounds of dance and trance music. Vagator's waters are choppier than some of North Goa's other beaches, which is why this beach isn't a top pick for swimmers. Amenities: food and drink; parking; toilets. Best for: sunset; partyers; walking.
Vagator, Goa, India