Location of Miramar Beach
Miramar Beach is the nearest beach from the capital of the Goa, Panaji. The
Miramar beach Goa is just a km away from
Dona Paula. Miramar lies adjoining the estuary of the river Mandovi as it opens
into the Arabian sea.
Climate of Miramar Beach
The climate at Miramar beach Goa is equable and moist throughout the year. Miramar enjoys pleasant
and temperate climate from October to May and rainy from June to September.
Temperature variations throughout the year are mild. May is the warmest
month with a temperature of around 30°C and January is coolest with a
mean daily temperature of 25°C. Due to its proximity of the sea, the
territory is generally humid and even during the summer months humidity is
generally above 60 percent.
The Miramar Beach
Miramar Beach also known as Gaspar Dias is a lovely golden beach of soft
sand griddled with palm trees facing the blue Arabian Sea, where River
Mandovi meets the Arabian Sea and a thick grove of shady palms form a dense
canopy over the area. The word 'Miramar' in Portuguese stands for viewing
the sea. On account of its good location, the Miramar Beach Goa is ideal
for evening walks. The tourists can spend a nice time in the Palm shaded
area that is quite captivating for the tourists visiting the Miramar beach Goa.
The 2 km long coast boasts of fine, soft silvery sand bed that sparkle in
the moonlight. From Miramar beach one can have a panoramic view of the Aguada fort
just across the Mandovi River. Miramar also offers a captivating view of the
well-preserved Portuguese fort across the river, known as Aguada Fort. Not
much crowded, it offers peaceful surroundings and the much-desired solitude
for those who want few moments of life away from the crazy crowd of the
The Main Attraction of Miramar Beach
The importance of these coastal wintering grounds has been universally
acknowledged all over the world. At least three-fourths (500 plus species)
of migratory birds incorporate the coastline or the coastal plain into their
migration routes. The migratory birds, like Plovers and Gulls return to
Miramar beach in Goa each winter, as it gives them a brief respite from the harsh
winter back home. Here, at Miramar beach Goa they find food in plenty in the form of aquatic
invertebrates, seeds and insects.