20 Most Beautiful Beaches in India: Must be visited by every beach lover

Marina Beach, Tamil Nadu

Do you find yourself in love with beautiful beaches? Do you love soaking up the sun on a beach? Does the sound of waves give relief to your ears and senses? Do you love walking and enjoying the sunset on a beach? Here is the list of most popular and most beautiful beaches in India chosen from all across the country.

Baga Beach, Goa

Baga Beach, Goa

One of the most happening beaches in Goa, Baga beach is known for its rocking parties and hippies came from all over the world. The nightlife and the scenic beauty of this beach attract so many people every day.

Mandrem Beach, Goa

Mandrem Beach, Goa

A perfect combination of white sand and blue waters, Mandrem Beach is a quiet beach with few beach shacks here. The beach is known for its tranquillity and scenic beauty.

Varkala Beach, Kerala

Varkala Beach, Kerala

Also popular as Papanasam Beach, Varkala Beach is located in Varkala in Thiruvananthapuram district. It is believed that a dip in this water can wash away sins. The beach is popular for its mesmerising views and swimming.

Radha Nagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Radhanagar Beach, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

This is one of the most beautiful beaches in India on Havelock Island. It’s popular for its cleanliness and crystal clear water. Honeymoon couples prefer it most while on their honeymoon on Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

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Mahabalipuram Beach, Tamil Nadu

Mahabalipuram Beach, Tamil Nadu

Tourists who look for complete relaxation and scenic beauty, Mahabalipuram Beach is the perfect place to visit. The beach is also popular with the name of Mamallapuram.

Promenade Beach, Pondicherry

Promenade Beach, Pondicherry

Very much popular with the name of Pondicherry Beach, Promenade Beach is a lovely beach where one can experience cool breeze all the time. Many food joints are there to satiate your hunger pangs.

Kovalam Beach, Kerala

Kovalam Beach, Kerala

Amazingly popular in Kerala, Kovalam beach is known for its beauty and one can enjoy herbal massage around the beach.

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Digha Beach, West Bengal

Digha Beach, West Bengal

A 7 km long beach, Digha Beach is also known as Brighton of the east. One can enjoy swimming in the shallow water of this beach.

Arambol Beach, Goa

Arambol Beach, Goa

Famous amongst people for its Bohemian feel, Arambol Beach is very much popular among hippies and the market surrounding the beach. The market sells super awesome boho clothes and accessories.

Candolim Beach, Goa

Candolim Beach, Goa

Located in South of Calangute Beach in Goa, Candolim Beach is one of the longest beaches in India and offers a fine laid-back experience compared to the other beaches.

Calangute Beach, Goa

Calangute Beach, Goa

Located in North Goa, Calangute Beach is one of the largest and most crowded beaches in Goa. And another fact is that it is the most commercialized beaches in Goa. If someone has no problem with this much crowd then Calangute is the most beautiful beach in Goa.

Konark Beach, Odisha

Konark Beach, Orissa

Located in Odisha, Konark Beach houses Sun Temple and famous Ramchandi Temple is not also far from this beach. This beach is also the venue for the annual Magha Saptami Mela.

Ganpatipule Beach, Maharashtra

Ganpatipule Beach, Maharashtra

People who love water sports adventure, Ganpatipule is an ideal beach for them. Moreover, the beach is also popular for its clean water, rich flora, mangroves, and coconut palms.

Elliot’s Beach, Tamil Nadu

Elliot’s Beach, Tamil Nadu

Located in Besant Nagar, Elliot’s Beach is considered as the cleanest beach in Chennai. And it is less crowded than Marina beach, located in the same state – Tamil Nadu.

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Chandipur Beach, Odisha

Chandipur Beach, Odisha

Located in Balasore district of Odisha, Chandipur Beach is known for its pristine presence. The beach has got the name “land of hidden treasures” and it is located at the distance of 16 km from Balasore in Odisha.

Kappad Beach, Kerala

Kappad Beach, Kerala

Locally, the beach is known as the name of Kappakadavu. It is said that Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama landed here on 20th May 1498. A small stone is placed there which commemorates the landing by Vasco Da Gama.

Marina Beach, Tamil Nadu

Marina Beach, Tamil Nadu

The landmark for Chennai, Marina Beach stretches for about 13 km, making it the 2nd largest beach in the country. Not only tourists, locals also love to visit this mesmerizing beach.

Kozhikode Beach, Kerala

Kozhikode Beach, Kerala

Located in Calicut, The Kozhikode Beach is known for its scenic beauty and quietude. People who love peace in a place where they can find scenic beauty, this beach is the right one for them.

Cherai Beach, Kerala

Cherai Beach, Kerala

Located in Vypin Island, Cherai Beach is known as the “Princess of the Arabian Sea” due to its golden sand. Its blue water and lush greenery around make it more beautiful and serene.

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Morjim Beach, Goa

Morjim Beach, Goa

Morjim Beach is home to Olive ridley sea turtles and variety of birds. The village around is famous with the name of little Russia as a large number of Russians immigrants live here.

Balighai Beach, Odisha

Balighai Beach, Orissa

One of the most popular and notable beaches in Goa, This beach is least popular and doesn’t hold too much bustling here. Located at the mouth of the Nuanai River, the beach is extremely beautiful.

Not only beaches, India is full of adventures, hill-stations, scenic vistas, lakes, rivers, and beautiful mountains. People who come to explore India, they find it so diverse with its geography and climate. This is one of those countries, which are perfect for spending holiday vacations with family or friends or partner.

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