#57 of 85 Places to Visit in Panjim
Distance (From Panjim (Goa)): 48 Kms
Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1-2 Hours
Place Location: Near Betul Village And South Of Mobor Beach
Transportation Options: Cab / Bus / Rental Bike
Travel Tips: 1. Colva Beach (18 kms) can also be visited from this place.
2. Mobor Beach (1.8 kms) can also be visited from this place.
3. Cavelossim Beach (3.3 kms) can also be visited from this place.
At a distance of 48 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand, 18 km from Margao Railway Station and 41 km from Vasco Da Gama Railway Station, Betul Beach is a small picturesque beach in South Goa.
Betul Beach is a small beach amongst the beaches of Goa and is situated along the southern end of the River Sal. This beach is basically a cove, it has a hillock on one side and laced with coconut tree plantation on the other side. You will be able to see where the Sal River drains out into the vast Arabian Sea in the Betul Beach. Moreover Betul Beach is a stretch of silvery sand it offers total privacy and breathtaking views. The sea breeze keeps the climate pleasant for almost the entire year.
This secluded beach is known as the fishing beach of Goa and is very famous for its cool climate. A number of tourists visit this beach to enjoy their fishing in Goa as the fishing port situated here is well advanced. A number of deep sea trawlers and fishing boats also bring in their fresh catch here. There are boats on hire and regular ferries here that take the visitors across from Mobor. One can also visit the Canaguinim Beach that is situated to the south.
Betul Beach is also a famous for its cheap and fresh seafood supply. It is renowned for Goa's finest and largest mussels, ensnared and hauled to the banks by deft divers.
Mayfair Hideaway Spa Resort Goa located near Betul Beach is an experience in itself. There are a few local houses which offer home-stay options and are a great way to get a closer feel to the culture and lifestyle of Goan village.
Betul offers a secluded space to relax and swim in clear waters surrounded by beautiful natural landscape. Many visitors also choose to walk to the nearby Mobor Peninsula.
Best Time to Visit: September-March.