#20 of 85 Places to Visit in Panjim
Distance (From Kadamba Bus Terminus): 25 Kms
Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1-2 Hours
Place Location: Near Velsao Village, North Of Cansaulim Beach
Transportation Options: Cab / Auto / Bus / Rental Bike
Travel Tips: 1.This place is usually visited from Colva Beach (11.6 kms).
2.Bogmalo Beach(13.4 kms) can also be visited from this beach.
3.Cansaulim Beach(0.7 kms) can also be visited from this place.
4.Arossim ( 3.8 kms) can also be visited from this place.
5. Three Kings Church (3.7 kms) can also be visited from this place.
6. Our Lady of Assumption Church(0.8 kms) can also be visited from this place.
7. Church of Cansaulim (1.6 kms) can also be visited from this place.
At a distance of 25 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand, 15 km from Vasco Da Gama Railway Station and 19 km from Margao Railway Station, Velsao Beach is situated in South Goa.
Velsao Beach is adjoining with the Bogmalo Beach to its north and the Majorda & Colva Beach to its south. The beach is famous for its large stretches of silver soft sands and picturesque sunsets. The shoreline of the beach is dotted with numerous palm trees. The lovely long stretch of white sand is perfect for relaxation, strolling and sunbathing.
Velsao Beach is amazingly gorgeous beach that stretches 20 km. Velsao Beach abounds in pristine natural beauty. The air is pure and the surroundings picturesque. The calm and quiet atmosphere of the beach lets you hear the cooing of birds very clearly.
Velsao Beach offers magnificent views of the sunrise and sunset. The seashore can be absolutely empty and free from tourists. Many people also flock here to enjoy the feast of Three Kings at Our Lady of Cures Chapel, which is celebrated every year on the 6th of January.
One must keep away from drugs and nudity in order to make the most of your holiday at the Velsao Beach. In case of swimming one must check out with the lifeguards for the strength of the undercurrents even though it is considered safe.
The Velsao Beach also features tempting beachfront cafes, beach shacks and small restaurants offering exotic drinks and delicious local seafood and fish curries. Accommodation is practically nonexistent here.
Best Time to Visit: November - March.