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Colva Beach in Margao

·  Summer: March-May (30°C - 36°C)
·  Winter: October-February (22°C - 32°C)
·  Monsoon: June-September

Best time to visit:  October end-February

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The status of South Goa’s most happening beach aptly suits the pristine Colva Beach. The beautiful stretch of about 20 km. boasts of white sand with scattered sea shells and wonderful opportunities of relaxing and swimming. Visit the beach early morning to enjoy seclusion and in the evening to be a part of the lively crowd. Bordered by the rows of palms, the beach is also famous for Our lady of Mercy Church featuring Menino Jesus Statue.

Restaurants at the beachfront promise fresh and delicious seafood and there are good nightlife venues in the form of bars and pubs. Fish cooked in rich spices, vinegar and coconut oil is simply irresistible. Crabs, prawns, lobster and fried mussels are among the star highlights of the menus. Cashew feni is the locally brewed beverage that must not be missed in any condition. Budget to luxury accommodations near the beach attract huge numbers of holidaymakers to enjoy a memorable stay here.

Road: Located about 7 km. from Margao, the beach is conveniently accessible by bus from all major towns and cities of Goa. The roads are in good condition if you wish to enjoy a ride on rented scooters.

Railway: Margao Railway Station is about 8 km. from the beach and one of the most popular rail access points in Goa. Local buses and taxis are the mediums that connect Margao with Colva.

Airway: A distance of about 21 km. connects Colva Beach with Dabolim Airport of Goa. To each the beach hassle-free from the airport, you should prefer to hire a taxi.