Located at the confluence of Sal river with the sea, Betul is a quaint beach tucked away in South of Goa. Overlooking the wide estuary Betul beach is beautifully shaded by beetel and coconut palms. Towards the north of estuary lies Mobor Beach. The peninsula lying close to the estuary offers a beautiful view of the Betul hillock and the adjoining beach.
Betul Beach bordering the river Sal’s mouth is located in Salcete 25 kms from Madgaon. Betul is located to the south of Mobor Beach, on the opposite bank of the River Sal, exactly at its delta. The river separates the beach from Betul village. Betul is predominantly a fishing village and the fisherman wharf is located upstream Sal river where both the fishing boats and trawlers dock with their days catch.
A small hillock adjoining the Betul beach is called the Baradi hillock. Baradi view point with a cross on top offers spectacular views of the long stretch of beach especially at twilight.
Varca, a seemingly endless palm-backed strip of sand is quiet and almost entirely hawker-free, making it easy to find a quiet spot all to yourself. Located about 10 kilo meters from Betul, Varca beach is predominantly a fishing village and the beach is marked by a number of fishing boats. Varca, Cavelossim, and Mobor is almost always spoken about together as they are beaches that are continuous without any thing seperating them.
Mobor beach is located very close to Betul to its north and is continuous with the Betul beach. Mobor is also a narrow trip of land between the Arabian sea and the Assolna estuary. Mobor enjoys a pristine and serene 10 kilometer long sandy beach.