The frilly movements of the sea appear as if
the sea is lazily enjoying the tickling sensations
spread by the waves riding over it. This is how
you can describe the sea at Colva beach. You go
to Colva beach just to laze, laze and laze. Just
gather your collection of interesting books and
head for Goa's Colva beach. You can enjoy the
day reading the book with just the whispers of
the sea to disturb you.
Many choose to go to the Goa Colva beach to
experience a change from the crowded Anjuna or
Calangute beaches. Colva beach in Goa is one beach
which is usually less crowded. There are many
shacks lined up along the Colva beach which offers
you delicious Goan cuisine to be washed down by
innovative cock-tails. Sit in one of those shack,
savour the mouth-watering food while looking at
the vast sea in front of you.
Though there are eating joints and hotels around
Colva, the Colva beach still manages to keep its
serenity in tact. Unlike Anjuna or Calangute,
Colva beach in Goa gained popularity only lately.
Over the years, many hotels and buildings have
sprung from nowhere in and around these beaches
in Goa. Colva beach is one of those beaches in
this small Indian state of Goa that is developing
at a very good pace.
While taking a stroll on the Colva Beach, silver
carpets of bangdde (mackerels) can be viewed shimmering
on the golden sands for drying. Fishermen's motor
trawlers can be seen anchored in a line offshore.
Tourists—Indian and foreigners, as well
as locals—can be seen in colorful dresses,
coming either for a walk or ‘for a change
of air'. Many tourists can be seen having a sunbath
on the golden sands of Colva.
The trinket stalls and the drink stands on the
golden sands under the moonlight make the evening
on the Colva Beach utterly romantic