Arambol Beach
 

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Guests staying at Mollys Nest Beach Cottages, if they like peace and tranquillity then Arambol beach is a perfect choice. Arambol is a fishing village of north Goa having long stretches of undisturbed clean and clear beach with well-made tracks running around.

Goa's northernmost beach, also known as Harmal, is ruggedly lovely. You enter through a hippie colony where young foreigners live in small beach huts of Goa. The sea is rougher here than at other beaches of Goa but still good for swimming but a bit more fun for surf-seekers.

Arambol (Harmal) beach is one of the few secluded beaches of Goa. Most of the foreigners who visit this beach are because of its very quiet and peaceful nature. Arambol is chiefly a fishing hamlet. There are a few guest houses and many people give their households or part of their houses on rental fee to the vacationers and holidaymakers.

The central beach is a nice place to swim. If one travelsmore north along the beach coast there is a fresh water lake just below the hill. People usually have a sea bath, followed by a mud bath at the stream above the lake (it’s said to have healing effect for the skin) and followed by a bath at the fresh water lake. To the north of Arambol is the Keri/Querim beach. To the south it’s the Mandrem beach where Mollys Nest Beach Cottages & Huts are situated.