“Sun Bathe in the Largest Beach in Goa”
Only 15 km away from the capitol of the state Panjim, Calangute offers some of the best experiences for travellers wanting to explore Goa. Having nick names like the “Queen of Beaches”, you won’t have to wonder why Calangute is what everyone talks about when they talk about Goa. Previously a small village called Kolongutt by the locals, once the Portuguese arrived, that soon turned its name to what it is known as today. Famous for the numerous coconut trees, local markets, shacks and pubs, this beach has basically everything covered for any kind of tourist.
Places to Visit
- Only about 2 clicks away from Calangute beach, Baga Beach is a really hip place to be at. With a thriving nightlife that never stops partying and various water activities that this place provides, Baga Beach is the kind of place where you can enjoy without the trouble of over-crowding.
- Find yourself in the epic Aguada Fort and its super-cool light-house that have been kept preserved since the 17th century. The meaning of the word Aguada literally translates to water and the fort holds a spring of freshwater. It was built to protect against invasions from the Maratha and Dutch.
- Constructed in the 18th Century, St. Alex’s Church holds some of the most exquisite architecture there is in Goa. Having 7 altars and 2 magnificent towers that were erected later, this Church is an impressive example of the days of the old. A must visit when in Calangute
Why choose Wheelstreet to hire a bike?
With the help of our bike rental services, we have been able to meet the needs of several riders around the country. Whether it is a Hayabusa on rent or a Bullet on rent, we strive to provide it all, we also provide imported bikes on rent and also superbikes on rent.