Siridao Beach In Goa

calendarJun 06 2017
Siridao Beach is located at a distance of 7 kms from Panaji.
Siridao is a village located in Tiswadi, a taluka of North Goa district in the state of Goa, India.
In 2011, Siridao had 2,417 residents. An elected sarpanch administers the governance of Siridao village.
Siridao is a rocky and sandy beach, and is popular for its mysterious caves.
Siridao Beach in Goa is a shell collectors paradise.
The Chapel of Jesus of Nazareth is situated in the Siridao Beach.
Thousands of the devotees come to the chapel to pay reverence to Lord Jesus.
This is a beach with coarse sand that lies at the mouth of river Zuari.
Along the beach you can also find the boats that are used by local fishermen.
The beach is a heaven for shell collectors and you can easily find myriad types of shells here.
Fishing is a major occupation for the village.
Often you can see fishermen hauling nets,and preparing their canoes for fishing trips to the sea.

There are not many hotels in this area,except for a few small shacks.