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7 Beaches For A Romantic Walk in Your 50s

7 Beaches For A Romantic Walk in Your 50s

Spent your whole life with each other, take time off from the usual routine that has lasted decades! You both need to celeberate the romance that has kept you both connected. HolidayIQ reviewers suggest beautiful beach walks to reconnect and relive romance as you knew it. 

1. Havelock Island

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Archi Banerjee adds, “Laxmanpur beach which is also the sunrise beach. The view of the sun rising from beneath the ocean is a real treat for the sore eyes. One can take a walk along the beach for a few kms ...Neil Island is a place to sit back and enjoy nature” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Archi Banerjee shares, “A photographers paradise It is not without reason, that this beach is rated the best in Asia and 7th in the world. The sunset in this Beach is a real treat for the eye and of course a lifetime experience. The road that leads to the Beach is also a wonderful one traversing through small villages and palm trees dotting all throughout. Travellers from around the globe take a visit to this Beach to witness the wonderful sunset. ” Read Full Review

2. Calangute

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Mihir Oswal adds, “A trip to Goa is incomplete without visiting this beautiful beach! ...The sunset you see from here is mesmerizing.” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Jaison Netto shares, “This beach is very clean and the water is very clear and since the water is shallow here, you can walk into the sea and enjoy playing with water. Also, swimming is so fun in this beach.” Read Full Review

3. Gokarna

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HolidayIQ Reviewer AKHILESH KUMAR says, “This beach is one of the beautiful beaches of India. The strange thing is even though this beach is Karnatak, India, we are unaware of it. The foreigners know better than Indian about this place this is the reason you can expect more foreigners here for sunbath. There is hill side by beach so every season in OM beach (Gokarna, Karnataka, India) has its own beauty. ...Campfire : Yes, you can do it on the beach.” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer satpaphy m adds, “The beach is surrounded by small hills and also excellent for small treks along the sea coast through undulating mountains. In fact you can walk from beach to beach and explore all the beaches on foot. ” Read Full Review

4. Palolem

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq shares, “This beach was also explored by hippies and later it continuously gain the popularity among the tourists as this beach is so beautiful, and two to three beaches at the foot hill. A real place for camping and dolphin watching. This loveliest beach offers tree houses for rent, and now other accommodation which are also cheap. Its sunset view is very spectacular. ” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Kunal Savla adds, “Turquoise and blue water Agonda Beach is one of the very less crowded and clean beach of Goa. It is located only 6kms from Palolem Beach. The sea is perfect for swimming and surfing. The water is blue and turquoise. The beach is very scenic with colourful beach shacks making this place more scenic. This is also a Ridley Turtle Nesting Point, hence it is not allowed to play loud music on the beach. Overall, one of the very beautiful beach of India.” Read Full Review

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5. Mandarmani

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Vijayshree Gattani shares, “The Red Crab Area is a must visit although they will hide as soon as we drive close to them. Beware of driving beyond the recommended limits on the beach, your ” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Pranesh Sarkar adds, “scenic mandarmani Most visited Beach in West Bengal at a low cost. walking at the beach during sunrise/sunset is an awesome feeling. ...A very pleasant atmosphere during sunset. ” Read Full Review

6. Arambol

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Shilpz S adds, “Destressing Arambol was the last beach we visited in the North Goa beach hopping spree....The cute cliffs at the horizons adda distinct touch to the views here at sunset. The place offers you the chance to sit back and gaze at the waters as you sip your beers.” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Rizwanuddin Rafiq adds, “Paliem Beach sometimes referred to as Kalacha Beach is a beach that situated between Keri Beach to the North and Arambol Beach to the South. It is accessible from both by foot, though the walk from Keri is longer and a little more challenging. The beach is completely remote, and not easily accessible by road....It is very well known amongst the foreign visitors about the sweet water lake and hot water sulphurous springs and the mud, they enjoy the amazing experience close to the jungle. ” Read Full Review

7. Alibaug

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HolidayIQ Reviewer VIRINDER VAID says, “Best time to visit it an hour before sunset and then enjoy your stay till dark....The most prominent visual is of the Kolaba Fort built approx a km away from the shore and approachable only during low tides. One can walk or take a Horse cart to quickly reach the fort's main gate. ” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer VIRINDER VAID adds, “The shoreline is full of tall trees and lots of place for parking. Few small shacks offer variety of quick snacks for visitors....It's a real relaxation point where you can enjoy good sea view, cool air in shades of forest like shore line or simply take a long walk along the clean sandy beach.” Read Full Review

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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