Here is the list of places where celebrities stay while vacaying in Goa
Baga Beach, Priyanka Chopra Jonas
White Sand Beach, Akshay Kumar
Azara Beach House, Malaika And Arjun
Bardez, Pooja Bedi

Why is Ashwem Beach famous?

The Ashwem beach is known for its beauty and solitude and is not a hub of activity like other, more frequented beaches like Calangute and Baga

Which is best beach in North Goa?

Best beaches in North Goa
Sinquerim beach
Candolim beach
Calangute & Baga beaches
Anjuna & Vagator beaches
Morjim & Ashvem beaches

Which is better Ashwem or Morjim beach?

Ashvem Beach

If you stay within the sandy area between the rocks it’s actually a better beach than Morjim Here too you will find many trendy restaurants, café’s, bars and hotels

Which beach has more foreigners in Goa?

Palolem Beach is probably one of the most gorgeous beaches of South Goa and generally famous among foreign tourists who flock here often

Which is the richest beach in Goa?

Colva Beach

The coconut palm fringed coastline is 25 km long with white sand It is one of the popular beaches in the state and is home to some of the most famous and richest people

Which is cleanest beach in Goa?

Palolem Beach

One of the most stunning and beautiful beaches in the country, Palolem Beach in Goa is equipped with a number of parameters to enjoy The cleanliness factor is at its best and the palm groves will make you go just spellbound

Which is the most posh area in Goa?

Dona Paula is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Goa, Lacitadel Colony is one of the posh localities at Dona Paula where High Profile people (Industrialists, Politicians and Doctors) have their homes It can be conveniently considered as Gold mines of city Dona Paula is becoming one the posh best place

Which beach is called Russian beach in Goa?

Morjim Beach
Russian beach – Morjim Beach

Where do Russian stay in Goa?

Morjim village is also known as Little Russia because of the Russian immigrants living there and the Russian tourists who visit Arambol, Querim aka Keri, Mandrem, Anjuna and Morjim villages lie in North Goa where it isn’t surprising to find landscapes entirely catering to a Russian population


The banner reads: “Commit no nuisance, visitors keep our village clean, drinking alcohol, smoking, loud music, kissing in public, nuisances in public are strictly prohibited here”


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