It is located in north Bardez taluka, just south of Vagator Beach and north of the Baga – Calangute – Candolim stretch. Autos ply from Mapusa to Anjuna Beach and a prepaid auto can be a good option for commuting. You can also take a taxi. The beach is full of action and has a range of activities to offer. It’s lined with hotels, bars, restaurants and beachfront shacks. At a short distance from the beach is St. Anthony’s Church. Then, spending time at the Wednesday flea market of Anjuna is an integral part of most tourist’s itinerary. Started by the hippies in the late Sixties and Seventies, the market now has a permanent place in the Goan economy. Held every Wednesday, the market is full of colour. You can also opt for yoga sessions or indulge in adventure sports.
The sheer beauty of the beach is indescribable. With its rocky crescent and swaying palms, it’s a delight to be here. Visit the beach to have a first-hand experience of how pleasurable it can be. Going to the Flea Market can be fun. For revelers, beach parties on the full moon are a must. In a time zone of their own, such parties throb with life and effortlessly convert night to day.