Colva Beach in South Goa is one of the most important points of interest to Indian tourists and foreigners
Colva Beach is the most established, biggest and the most fabulous shorelines of South Goa. The shoreline comprises of around 25 km of the fine powdered white sand and is limited along its coast by coconut palms that stretch from Bogmalo in the north to Cabo de Rama in the south along south Goa’s coastline. Colva is one of the top shorelines in Goa.
In the provincial days it used to be the retreat for Margao’s high society. Today the region that is reminiscent of the rich way of life of the highborn class has the delightful houses and estates that speck the town.
The principle shoreline region can become very busy particularly on ends of the week. This is less pressed than Anjuna and Calanguate Beach. Colva is South Goa’s most happening shoreline particularly for shopping and nightlife. The shoreline is loaded with shacks and eateries. This shoreline is continually observed by lifeguards and the swimming zones are hailed for admonitions. Water sports on Colva Beach involves predominantly of fly skiing and speed vessel rides.
Aside from the shoreline itself the other primary fascination for the vacationers are the ‘Menino Jesus’ statue at the congregation of Igreja de Nossa Senhora de Piedade (Our Lady of Mercy) established in 1630. The congregation lies in the town square.
Despite the fact that the Colva Beach has never been a silly goal for rave parties, Colva’s nightlife is livelier and dynamic.
Best Time to Visit: November to March.