Across the river, a fair distance away, is a headland that separates the two parts of the most photographed beach in Goa: the beautiful Vagator.Vagator is a popular beach with the tour operators. However, a little further south of this main beach is a more sedate beach known as 'Little Vagator' or Ozran beach. This beach accommodates a fresh water pool. Little Vagator also has a number of good eating places. The accommodation available at Vagator is limited.
Its northern half fronts a bay that curves from the headland to the hillock
crowned by the Chapora Fort. Between the headland and the hillock, surf
spreads in skirts of white lace and the palms stand far back from the water.
At the tip of the headland are groups of sea-washed rocks popular with
honeymooners and others who want to be left alone. To the south of the
headland are more outcrops of rocks cupping little pockets of sand and
interesting tidal pools. And on the headland you'd find snack stalls,
coconut sellers, and persuasive peddlers of trinkets and shells.
There are a few guest houses here mostely run by families, that are offered
at reasonable rates. Like Anjuna, Vagator too faces the problem of acute
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