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Anjuna is a village in Mapusa district in northern Goa. It has clean, long sandy beaches dotted with coconut trees, old churches, charming little homes showing portuguese colonial architecture (though such buildings can be seen everywhere in Goa). However, Anjuna is primarily known for its 'Flea Market' held every wednesday. Anjuna achieved its pinnacle of fame during the 60's and the 70's
ACCOMMODATION/RESTAURENTS- Theres a multitude of restaurents, cafes, bars etc in Anjuna. among a few recommendations are 'Sublime', 'Curlies', which is popular among foreign tourists, known for serving authentic Goan fare and 'Cafe Luda' which is situated on the proper beach, based on an elevated platform raised on bamboos, entirely made of wood/bamboos. Anjuna has plenty of Inns, B&B places, hotels and resorts like Martha's Breakfast Home, Banyan Tree Resort, Nirvana Hermitage, Grandpa's Inn etc.
GETTING THERE- To reach Anjuna village from the airport/railway station, you can get a pre-paid taxi. however if you are very tight on budget you can also use the public transport buses run by the state govt., but the journey can be long and cumbersome. to move around in Anjuna, you can walk or rent a two wheeler.
OTHER- Theres an HDFC bank ATM which accepts all master/visa cards. there are Vagatore Beach, Chapora Fort and Baga beach close by. To go to Vagator and Chapora fort (which is on the beach) you may have rent a two wheeler, while to go to Baga, you can get a boat from the beach or you simply cross hill on foot.