Miramar Beach Situated only three km from Goa's capital, Panaji, Miramar shoreline is situated at the estuary of waterway Mandovi. The word Miramar is gotten from Portuguese word, which signifies 'seeing the ocean'. The shoreline is acclaimed for its brilliant delicate sand and palm trees. It is said that the sand of the shoreline looks brighter in moonlight. The two-km long shoreline is well known and local people and nonnatives visit the shoreline in expansive numbers.
It's a most loved joint for a lackadaisical walk around as the sun sets on the far off skyline. Another fascination of the shoreline is that it offers wonderful perspective of Aguada Fort, worked by the Portuguese to shield their settlement Goa. The fortress is situated crosswise over Mandovi stream.