Vagator Beach

Vagator beach is known for its dynamic cliffs that look down on the seashore and its freshwater springs that are a stones throw away from the sea. The Vagator beach is divided into two beaches, North Vagator also called Big Vagator and Ozran beach also called Little Vagator.

Attractions in Vagator

Vagator may seem like a small quiet beach at first glance that looks like time hasn’t managed to get its hands on it but in reality it is actually a well developed beach and there is always something or the other happening here. Restaurants, hotels, clubs, you name it and chances are Vagator will provide.

Restaurants, Cafes and Clubs

The beauty of Vagator is the undeveloped vibe it creates around it, the place is quite the opposite. Vagator is very well developed with Clubs, Restaurants and Cafes all along the way. Vagator also has quite a few shacks around. Tourists take a fancy to this place because it is so well organized and thanks to the famous Flea Market happening here once a week.

Flea Market

This market is put up every wednesday and is really popular among the tourists. Furthermore there is a larger flea market at Arpora every saturday, the largest in North Goa.

Vagator, Tips and Secrets

Vagator like most places is full of secrets just waiting to be uncovered.

Vagator, Goa – How to get there

Vagator, Goa is the northernmost beach in the Bardez sub district of North Goa. To the south of Vagator is the well known Anjuna Beach.

To get to Vagator, keep heading North along the Calangute main road. After you pass the Water Park take a left turn and follow the road until you reach the Anjuna Panchayat. After passing the Panchayat building, take the second or third left and keep heading west till you reach the Vagator beach.

Average Transit Fares to Vagator

Taxi Fares to Vagator

Auto Rickshaw Fares to Vagator

Motorcycle Taxi Fares to Vagator

Approx Transit Time to Vagator

Dabolim Airport, Mormugao

60 mins

Panaji

40 mins

Margao Railway Station

90 mins

Tivim Railway Station

30 mins

Suggested Plans for a Day in Vagator

While Vagator may not look like much it is probably one of the most happening places in Goa. There’s something or the other always happening there.

Activity

Venue

Morning

Sightseeing

Hangout

La Gulls Court Spa

Afternoon

Lunch

Dessert

Evening

Water Sports

Hangout

Night

Dinner

Party

Suggested Plans for a Weekend in Vagator

Activity

Venue

Cost

Day 1

Hangout

Party

Day 2

Sightseeing

Activity

Dinner

Party

Day 3

Hangout

Lunch

Shopping

Hotels in Vagator

There are a lot of lodging options in Vagator, be it hotels, guest houses or cabins, your lodging needs are taken care of. People here rent out the guest room of their houses to provide tourists or locals a place to stay. If the hotel experience isn’t what you are looking for then you could rent a room to give you the feeling of staying at home. Some of the hotels in the area are

Hotel

Rating

Distance from Beach

Contact

The Orange House

**

30 mins

Alcove Resort Goa

***

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La Gulls Court

****

Restaurants in Vagator

There are many restaurants all over Vagator that serve a wide range of dishes along with different cuisines. Some of them well known, others not so much but overall the food here is to die for.

Restaurant

Type

Pricing (Rs per person)

Contact

Le Bluebird

French

200

0832 2273695

Robert’s Place

0832 2274392

Marrakesh

Moroccan

150

Cafes and Beach Shacks in Vagator

The seashore are lined with many shacks that provide a wide range of exotic mouth watering meals. Some of these places still make use of primitive cooking styles that enhance the meal and make you crave more.

Cafes / Beach Shacks

Type

Pricing

Contact

Our Shack

Beach Shack

Clubs and Bars in Vagator

There are a number of clubs all over Vagator, a few of the open air clubs would be Hilltop, Primrose, Nine Bar. These are venues for good music and better drinks but some of these like Nine Bar shut down by 10 so its not an ideal location to spend the night, people prefer starting here and then moving somewhere else for the rest of the night. The best months to visit Goa would be December to February.

Venue

Type

Entry (Rs per Head)

Contact

Hilltop

Nightclub