• About

    Located on the northern coast of Bardez Taluka, Vagator is a more laidback and relaxed beach as compared to its counterpart, Anjuna. A popular tourist destination for Westerners, Vagator is known for its beautiful red cliffs and scenic fresh water springs.

    Getting there

    Tivim railway station is the closest station to Vagator and is 19 kms away. The Dabolim airport is approximately an hour away at a distance of 47 kms. The nearest interstate bus station is at Mapusa, the KTC bus station with buses that ply to Vagator and back every 10 minutes.

    Quick Facts

    • Vagator beach is divided into two main beaches by a headland which consists of a car park for tourists and visitors as well as lots of stalls and shops selling unique Goan souvenirs and trinkets for a memorable trip. On the right is the Big Vagator beach (north Vagator) and on the left is the little Vagator or Ozran beach.
    • There are a number of bars and hippies clubs, most notably Primrose and Nine bar which are open throughout the year. These places are a big tourist attraction during season time and provide varied genres of trance and psychedelic music. Hilltop offers themed parties every Sunday night during season time from October to November.
    • There are a number of good, fine dining restaurants in Vagator. Mango Tree is a cosy restaurant that offers great cocktails and authentic cuisine food.
    • Head down to Thalassa, a Grecian restaurant serving authentic Greek food and profiteroles. It offers a beautiful view of the sunset and has great service and is open from October to April.