- Arambol Beach
Arambol Beach is located in northern Goa, near Baga Beach and Calangute Beach. Arambol Beach, on the other hand, is completely uncommercialized. This beach is all about simplicity, and it's surrounded by a one-of-a-kind freshwater lake. Because of local policy, the Arambol Beach region does not have many hotels and restaurants, but there are several shacks where one may enjoy the beautiful beach, clean air, and clear water. Arambol Beach is close to Anjuna Beach and Mapusa Beach, both of which are only a short drive away. The Money Stone is a remarkable sculpture that has recently gained popularity among tourists. Arambol Beach is not your typical crowded Goa beach.
Distance: Arambol Beach is 21 kilometers away from Mapusa
- Arossim Beach
The beach offers a variety of water sports, including training. Due to the absence of lifeguard activity, one should not go too deep into the water here or at surrounding beaches. It's difficult to find a good shack near Arossim Beach in Goa, but the ones that do exist serve good Goan food. During the season, the water at this beach is ideal for an afternoon swim, particularly when the water sports instructors are present.
Distance: Arossim Beach is 39 kilometers away from Mapusa
- Shree Dev Bodgeshwar Temple
The shrine of Sri Dev Bodgeshwar, located on the outskirts of town amidst lush, expansive rice fields, is a must-see for all religious and cultural visitors to Mapusa. The main god of the temple is known as "Angavani," and is also known as Bodgini by the locals. It is thought that if one worships the deity with a pure heart and real dedication, the deity will grant his or her aspirations and wishes. This deity is revered as the primary protector of Mapusa and is hence quite popular among the locals. In fact, the locals think that the local market in Mapusa thrives because of Shree Bodgeshwar's blessings.
Distance: Shree Dev Bodgeshwar Temple is 1.6 kilometers away from Mapusa