Located between Anjuna and Arambol Vagator is a small beach split into two beaches by a seaside headland which holds the car park and stalls. As you face the sea, on your right is Big Vagator Beach and on your left Ozran Beach or the Little Vagator Beach. 2013 saw the popular Sunburn Festival shift its base to Vagator from Candolim Beach and it is being held in Vagator in 2014 also.
Vagator Beach is located in North Goa. This beach is divided into 2 sides, Big Vagator and little Vagator. It is famous for the rock carvings on the little Vagator side and the Chapora fort on the Vagator side. Once on top of the fort you can get a birds eye view of the adjoining beaches. Little Vagator is rocky and one has to be careful while swimming. Little Vagator is much quieter than big Vagator.
Located at about 15 kms from Vagator Morjim is known as "Little Russia" due to the concentration of Russian immigrants living here. Morjim is a nesting site of Olive Ridley turtles.
Once neglected, the Fort of Chapora got popularized by the movie Dil Chahta Hai therefore also known as the Dil Chahta Hai Fort, is now a prime attraction of Goa. The fort in itself is in ruins and there is no structure in particular of any significance however Chapora fort offers some magnificent views of the sea and the adjoining beaches of Vagator and Morjim. Once done with exploring the fort one can also hike down the cliffs to the beach below.
Anjuna Flea Market
Wednesday flea market is a major attraction of Anjuna. Even if you dont plan to shop wednesday flea market is an unmissable event while in Anjuna. Amongst other hawkers here you’ll find Goa’s old hippies haggling the day away over clothing and souvenirs!