The beach immediately next to Colva Beach is known as Benaulim Beach. Just like the Colva Beach, this beach is also less frequented by tourists and so it is spick and span and a quiet place to speculate and feel the presence of nature. Benaulim Beach carries an interesting mythical background. When enraged Lord Parashurama shot an arrow to the sea, the arrow landed at Benaulim and so the land of Goa got extended further into the sea. Situated 41 km from Panaji and 28 km from the Dabolim International Airport, Benaulim Beach can be easily reached through buses or taxis. Tourists mainly arrive here to enjoy the tranquility of the beach, relax in the lap of nature and enjoy the sea food and free flowing liquor. Boat expeditions for spotting dolphins and crocodiles, fishing and island tours organized by locals are the chief attractions of Benaulim Beach. St. John the Baptist Church, a historical church built in 1581 and The Holy Trinity Church are the two religious destinations at Benaulim Beach. Manthan, a heritage gallery will get you a peep into the past glory of the Portuguese royals. This beach is also famous for the Bull Fights organized here during October to May every evening after 4 pm.
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