We have heard the name for years. Everyone says, “you’ve got to go to Goa.” So we did.
We aren’t big fans of over developed resort areas. Luckily we met a couple in Alleppey that told us about Patnem beach in the south of Goa.
It is not overly popular…yet.
The Lonely Planet only dedicated a couple of paragraphs to Patnem Beach so it sounded like our cup of tea.
It is an easy place to spend time in. Calm waters flow into fine white sand.
It is a little slice of paradise. Vendors won’t bother you here at Patnem Beach. You can lay on a beach chair all day without being approached to by a single item. The water is warm, the surf is mellow and the sunsets are to die for.
By 10:00 pm the music stops and the few bar and restaurant patrons turn in.
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