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No shacks & no changing rooms & limited faculties.
Accessible but a bit rocky.
Not popular with Indian tourists .
Generally locals & foreigners visit the beach next to Chapra fort.
Perfect beach for families seeking solitude .
Went there in evening to see the sunset and it was amazing.
The beach has a rocks on one side and full sand beach on the other.
Because there is no shack on the beach, the beach is clean compared to other beaches.
We were staying at Double Tree by Hilton and the Vagator beach was 15 mins from our Hotel so we decided to go there, there is a fort overlooking the beach, the water sports activities had just started, although the beach is beautiful but there...More
It is not as crowded as some of the other Goa beaches.It is good for morning walks. You can get a very good view of the sunset.. There are two adjoining beaches called big and small Vagator.Small Vagator is inaccessible and can be viewed from...More
We were staying at the W Goa & went out for a walk but we were afraid of the roaming dogs & the general filth everywhere.
Such a shame when you think that this is one of Goa's iconic beaches & the government has done...More
It's bit rocky not just sand beach like others, making it suitable for enjoying water while sitting over the rock and enjoy the splashes.very next to Chapora fort.it very clean, calm and less crowdy in comparison to Baga and calungtee.