The beach Arambol is also called Harmal. The sand is soft and white, there are cottages on the red laterite slopes, rocks in some places, a freshwater pond, and the approach road is lined with shacks offering souvenirs and clothes. At one end of it runs the Tiracol River and beyond rises the Tiracol Fort, now an interesting little hotel.
When you reach Harmal, you are 50 km away from Panaji. If you have traveled
on this coastal quest with us, you will have visited nineteen of the
better-known beaches of Goa.
Of course, there are many, many more: hidden coves, secret bays, and
breathtaking golden pockets nestling in the palms. An even as you read this,
the sea continues to whisper on the sand and create newer and still newer
beaches all the time.
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