Just ahead of the Calangute -Baga stretch of north Goa lies a beach that allures you with beautiful sunsets, pleasant crowds, great food and music and a culture that has seen an interesting transition over the past few decades. Despite the growing popularity of other commercial zones in Goa, Anjuna remains one of the most famous beaches of Goa. Once known for its hippie culture, Anjuna Beach is to the south of the Anjuna village with its usual lot of restaurants and bars. Although it is not known as the most beautiful beach you can see in Goa, many tourists still land up at Anjuna for the famous Curlies beach restaurant.
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The Anjuna flea market on every Wednesday is also very popular with tourists and local Goans alike wherein you can purchase many things, ranging from fruits to jewelry, clothes and electronic devices. Anjuna is also world famous for its trance parties held on the beach during the tourist season. The Shiva valley party in south Anjuna is extremely popular with enthusiasts and draws a huge number of tourists. Anjuna also has several accommodation options ranging from inexpensive hostels like Roadhouse to comfortable hotels like Casa Anjuna.
So next time you want to party hard, Anjuna beach is the place to be!
Opening hours of Anjuna Beach:Closed now
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Entry fee for Visiting Anjuna Beach:
Address: Bardez, North Goa District, Goa, 403509, IndiaApproximate visit duration for : 60 to 120 minutes