Anjuna - famous beach of Goa, India

The Village of Anjuna in north Goa is a five square mile walled in area settling between the Arabian Sea and the rise disregarding the sunny shore. Anjuna beach is one the most popular beaches of Goa arranged 8 km west of Mapusa and 18 km from the capital Panaji. The beach is with its palm trees, delicate sands and regular excellence. It has a surprising lays of rocks, spread over the white sand close to the ocean. This zone was reputed to be the Jewel of Anjuna and called 'Ozran'.  Anjuna lures an assortment of visitors touring Goa, particularly throughout the Christmas and New year season. 

Bathing is by and large more secure at Anjuna than at the majority of the close-by resorts, particularly at the more tranquil southern end of the sunny shore where a rough headland keeps the sea quiet and the undertow to a base. Sun Bath is the most attractive activity of the sun starved European visitors. At the north of the Anjuna, is its extremely popular flea market  where little cafes, bars and handicrafts of Kashmir are available. Everything without exception under the sky could be discovered here. It is acclaimed for its electrical items that are discounted. Bug business is held on Wednesdays and if Flea market one can walk away with great stuff at discard costs with a bargain. Chief tourist spots adjacent are the Chapora fort and the Albuquerque masion.

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