A 15-minute walk from Cavelossim Beach, Mobor Beach is a 2km stretch of golden sand in South Goa. Dotted with hotels, shacks and restaurants, Mobor Beach is surrounded by water on three sides, and lies a short distance away from the tourist-friendly, Colva Beach. The cleanliness, serenity and lack of crowd compared to the surrounding popular beaches makes Mobor Beach popular amongst solo travellers, couples and even those who wish to indulge in water sports.
Everything You've Wanted To Know About Mobor Beach In South Goa
Where To Stay Near Mobor Beach
There are enough options for tourists to stay at in Mobor Beach, and accommodation ranges from budget hotels to luxury resorts. Holiday Inn Resort, The Leela Goa, Veeniola Holiday Home and Bamboo House are some of the luxury resorts that you can check out, while River Castle, Indy Waterfront Resort and Sal Riviera come recommended for those who’re looking for budget accommodation and value for money.
Where To Grab A Bite Near Mobor Beach
Mobor Beach has plenty of options to eat. Head over to any of the popular beach shacks: Sam’s, Pearl’s, and Mikes to tuck into comfort Goan food. If you’re in the mood for something a little more fancy, The Fisherman’s Wharf, one of the most iconic restaurants in Goa is a great place to enjoy authentic seafood preparations at. Betty’s Place, Golden Eye restaurant, Joe’s River Cove and the Riverside are other popular restaurants at Mobor Beach. Susegado at The Leela Hotel in Mobor Beach is a great place to celebrate a grand indulgence- head over during sunset to enjoy fine European food and beautiful views of the ocean.
What To Do Around Mobor Beach
If you’d like to spend your day lazing around, there are shacks and restaurants that offer sunbeds and fresh juices. Mobor Beach is also great to swim at, and the lack of crowd makes this a relaxed and rejuvenating experience. If you’re an adventure enthusiast, it has a ton of options for water sports. Indulge in speedboat rides, jet skiing, water skiing, banana boat rides, bump rides, windsurfing, para sailing, or go dolphin spotting! Biking on the beach is another popular activity at Mobor Beach.
If you continue walking down towards the end, you will reach a point where you can see the river Sal meeting the ocean. River Sal is the third largest river in Goa, and is popular for boat cruises and bird watching tours. A boat trip on this river provides an opportunity to encounter Goa’s rich and diverse wildlife. If you’re a nature lover, we suggest signing up for one of these river cruises or bird watching tours to The Estevam Island.