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Siridao Beach

Siridao Beach is near the Zuari estuary, a little away from Panjim. It is a bit rocky and is known for its caves. Siridao Beach is also said to be a shell collector's paradise. The Chapel of Jesus of Nazareth is nearby where easter is a well celebrated festival.

Nearby is also the Siridao village, which has some well preserved stone statues. It also has the beautiful Holy Souls chapel.

One of Goa's most beautiful unexplored beaches lying a few kilometers from Panjim near Zuari estuary, Siridao Beach is characterized by rocky landscape. The beach provides an ideal heaven for visitors seeking the lap of sun, sea and fun.

Siridao Beach

To many, a holiday at Siridao is a visit to the beach or a stay in one of the resorts located in its close proximity. But for those who wish to travel off the beaten path a drive into a nearby fishing village reveals an insight into the lifestyle of Goans. The Siridao village, near the Siridao beach, is home to Holy Souls chapel which was built in 1973 and is known for its wonderful architecture.

Apart from the glistering sea and sand, there are plenty of exciting activities that you can be a part of during your visit to Siridao Beach.

A haven for the shell collectors, Siridao Beach also attracts the visitors for the mysterious caves located in its vicinity. For the spiritual seekers, the Chapel of Jesus of Nazareth, which attracts thousands of pilgrims, is located atop a hill near the beach.

Lined with palm and coconut trees, Siridao Beach in North Goa is known for a number of quality beach resorts. Prominent among them are Grand Hyatt Goa and Neemrana's Cabana Dempo.