Ashwem BeachCurrently Open
- Address: Mandrem, Goa 403527, India, Panaji
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Leisure, Family And Kids
Ashwem Beach - Review
Goa's more popular beaches get all the attention, leaving this one peaceful and quiet. That's not to say it's any less beautiful than Baga or Calagute or Anjuna. The 1.5 kilometres of golden sands are very popular with swimmers and sunbathers. The lack of crowds also means the waters here are clearer. Vendors and restaurants of various cuisines have set up shop amongst the trees. There are nice accommodations nearby. After a certain point in the evenings no one is allowed to be noise, so it's a great place to relax in absolute darkness too. Sunsets here are beautiful.
How To reach Ashwem Beach by Public Transport
- Drive to here, take a bus, or take a taxi.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Ashwem Beach
21.4% of people who visit Panaji include Ashwem Beach in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
70.7% of people start their Ashwem Beach visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Ashwem Beach
94.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ashwem Beach
Ashwem Beach Trips
Ashwem Beach, Panaji Reviews
Maybe the most peaceful beach in Goa. You can enjoy the calmness and serenity of ambience yet experience the roaring sea as it's waves crashes into the rocks. It's location gives it an added advantage of attracting less crowd than usual. A perfect place to have some quality time and the locality is great for stay and accomodation. This beach also attracts a lot of foreigners owing to it's ambience.
The most serene beach of north goa Ashvem Beach is a hidden gem with stunning scenery and range of nice beach hotels and resorts. Most people come to this beach during the day for sunbathing and swimming, but there are some great options for dinner and accommodation too. Walk a little inland, through the forest, to see some authentic Goan villages and temples. Stroll along 1.5 kilometres (1 mile) of fine sand and listen to the soothing sounds of the lapping waves and the rustle of the palm leaves. Play in the waves and let the Arabian Sea’s warm waters relax your body. Buy lunch from a vendor in one of the many huts hidden between the trees. There are a few notable international restaurants along the beach, which offer anything from French cuisine to typical Indian curries. If you are on a budget, haggle with the many hawkers on the beach for cheaper food or drinks. Stay overnight at one of the low-cost huts or check out the upscale beach resorts in the quieter area of the beach. This section is known as Palm Grove, due to its collection of trees. The accommodation is mostly in the form of comfortable beach huts, as environmental protection laws prevent the building of new brick structures. Despite all the resorts and restaurants, the beach remains remarkably empty and undisturbed. There is a noise curfew in the evenings, so the sound of the waves rules the area. For a break from sunbathing, venture to the charming Goan villages nearby. The villages are surrounded by coconut groves, forests and fields. Take the short rickshaw journey to Arambol Beach at night to take part in festivities at bars and clubs
not so crowded so it is actually peacful to sit under shacks and enjoy the sea breeze and watch the mesmerising waves
A lovely beach, clean and beautiful. Not commercialized like Baga or Calangute. Go here to spend some quality peaceful time.
One of the most different beaches of goa