Chapora Beach is located in a coastal village just 10 km of Mapusa. It is a very beautiful, serence beach along with the cost line. This serene beach is filled with white sand and lots of coconut palm trees. It is also known for Chapora Fort built by Portuguese. Rocky cliffs, swift winds, and not many tourists make this beach a perfect destination for a lazy weekend.
A perfect spot for the leisure lovers and peace seekers, the Chapora
is a scenic white sand beach that exists in North Goa. This beach is famous for fishing and boat building. Catching the fishes with an amazing view of the beautiful sunset ahead is really a soothing experience. Like the other popular beaches of Goa, Chapora also stays crowded most of the time of the day.
The beautiful Chapora beach in North Goa stays flooded with tourists at all times. Despite this, it is considered that the best time to visit this beautiful fishing beach is between the months of October and June.
Chapora Main St, Arpora 403001, India
Suggested duration: 2 to 3 hours
Open and Closing Time
All days of the week 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Near By Attraction
Chapel of St. Lawrence
Hotels available near Chapora Beach
Distance between Madgaon Railway Station and Chapora Beach is 32.3 miles or 28.1 nautical miles
Application Availability Which Save Some Money
Zomato ,Swiggy(Provide lip-smacking food in cheap price).
Uber,Ola(Provide 24/7 Cab Services).
Interesting facts about Chapora Beach
This beach filled with lava rocks, sapphire expanse, shacks is well known for surfing. Most of the tourists come here for sufing. Other major activities including fishing, jet skiing, windsurfing, paragliding, ringo rides, parasailing, crocodile spotting at certain predefined locations and dolphin watching.
This place is filled with eateries which serve some of the yummiest Goan and Continental cuisine. Lots of shacks, eateries, beachside restaurants and hotels are always busling with tourists – foreigners and locals both.
Nightlife on the beach is also famous. Many bars and restaurants are open till midnight. Try out local Feni drink – a local brewed cashew and coconut drink. Also try out the Goan exotic cuisine.