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Located in South Asia, India is the seventh-largest country by the total area, washed by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the west, and the Bay of Bengal on the east. The length of India's coast is 7,517 kilometres. 5,423 kilometres of the total coastal line  belongs to peninsular India, and 2,094 kilometres to Nicobar, Andaman, and Lakshadweep Islands. The coast of the country consists of the following landforms: 43% of sandy beaches, 11% rocks and cliffs, the rest is marshland.
 
 

Best beaches of India

Ashvem beach Goa

Chowara beach

Kovalam beach

Palolem beach

Ashvem beach Goa

Chowara beach

Kovalam beach

Palolem beach

Papanasam beach

Poovar beach

Thiruvambadi beach

Vagator beach

Papanasam beach

Poovar beach

Thiruvambadi beach

Vagator beach

 

 
Goa is a pearl of the Indian coast and the world-famous resort. It is situated on the shores of the Indian Ocean, about 400 kilometers south of Bombay.With its endless sandy beaches, transparent oceans, cloudless sky and a carefree life, Goa received its fame and became one of the best destinations for beach lovers.
North Goa beaches are yellowish-grey or reddish-gray because of the special composition of the sand. The beaches of North Goa's are surrounded by multiple bars and restaurants with dishes made of see products. Some of the best beaches of North Goa areVagator, Mandrem and Ashvem.
 
Beaches of South Goa have its own attraction, they are white and broad with shallow and transparent waters. You can find a lot of crabs here. These parts of Goa have many fishing villages giving its exotic feeling to the southern beaches. One of the most beautiful beaches is Palolem.
 
Kerala. Located on the south-west of India in the cradle of Western Ghat, it is the capital of spices and coconut palms, silver beaches, reed huts and picturesque canals.
 
Papanasam beach of golden sand. This beach is famous for the natural wonder of the mineral water springs coming out of the cliffs.
 
Thiruvambadi beach is quite small with black sand. They say that once the sand was silver, and then for some reason turned black.
 
Kovalam is a small village with the beach of the same name at the foot of a cliff. It is very popular among tourists, especially those who travel alone.
The beach sand is black as in Tiruvambadi Varkale. Other beaches to the north and south, for simplicity, are also called Kovalam, but in reality, each beach has its own name as Poovar, Chowara, Cherai and more.
 
Poovar beach is the place where the river (of the same name) separates the narrow strip of the beach from the plot of land with many hotels. You can get to the beach from the hotel only by boat. Its a golden sand beach - a fishing Artel with a lot of boats and fishermen.
 
Chowara beach of golden sand is a narrow strip at the foot of a cliff. There are also many boats and fishermen, as well as a large football field. Only a small section of the beach are occupied by three hotels, located close to the cliffs. There is a small Christian church on Chovara beach.
 
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