Morjim beach in North Goa is long and varied, from the north part mainly occupied by russian tourist to the south tip with mostly indiens. It starts with a parking lot, where there is a great chance of getting the car stuck in the sand. Then comes the small shops with cloth and hats - and at last the beach with a view of the fort in Chapora overlooking the river. You are just around the corner of the river floating into the Arabien Sea. A long, white beach with good swimming - also for children, - And then you get hungry. You go to the second restaurant, Taste of India, where you get real good indien food, goan if you like, and little chinese and western. All can be recommended.
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