Living at La Marine Morjim Beach Cottages, one can venture out and discover the most secret and secluded beaches of North Goa such as Keri beach, Arambol beach, Mandrem beach and Ashvem beach.


The Keri (Querim) Beach is to be found to the extreme Northern most part of Arambol Beach and South of the meandering Terekhol River. The Querim or Keri beach is the first beach or the last beach of Goa depending upon your approach to Querim Village in Goa.  

One of Goa's many distant and secret beaches. At a distance one can see the Terekhol fort from the beach. It is separated by the Terekhol River. Shade of the Palm and Pine trees can be noticed here.

A modern bridge is yet to be built over here. Connecting to the Goan land mass of Terekhol fort and the neighbouring state of Maharashtra. There is a ferry point where a ferry takes people from Keri across the river to Terekhol Fort. Located at a distance of 30 kilometres from Mapusa and boasting of natural beauty.



Guests staying at La Marine’s Morjim Beach Cottages, if they like deeper peace and richer tranquillity then Arambol beach is a perfect choice. Arambol is a fishing village of north Goa having long strips of uninterrupted clean and clear beach with well-made tracks running around.

Arambol is Goa's northernmost beach, also known as Harmal, is ruggedly lovely. You enter through a hippie colony where young foreigners live in small beach huts of Goa. Sea of Arambol is not safe for beginner swimmers.

Arambol (Harmal) beach is one of the few sheltered & secret beaches of Goa. Most of the foreigners who visit this beach are because of its very calm, cool and chilling here.

The central beach is a nice place to swim. If one travels more north along the beach coast there is a fresh water lake just below the hill. People usually have a sea bath, followed by a mud bath at the stream above the lake (it’s said to have healing effect for the skin) and followed by a bath at the fresh water lake. To the north of Arambol is the Keri/Querim beach. Towards the South of Arambol beach is La Marine Wooden Beach Cottages.



The gorgeous beach of Mandrem is scenically sandwiched between the twin beaches of Ashvem and Arambol. For beach lovers and beach bums, in Goa, Mandrem beach is a dream beach come true. Endless stretches of clear sandy beach for one to walk, jog or even run.

Running on the Mandrem beach towards the north will introduce you to Arambol Beach – the backpacker’s beach. Jogging on the Mandrem beach towards the south will introduce you to Ashvem Beach – bringing you closer to Olive Ridley Turtles in Goa.



Ashvem beach also spells as Ashwem. This second last beach of North Goa is located in Pernem Taluka (district). Found on the section of beach that arises on the banks of river Chapora in the south and carries on almost continuous, for 13 km’s to the banks of river Terekhol, and the Maharashtra border, in the north. Ashvem beach is the roughly around 1,5km of beach shore between Morjim beach to the south and Mandrem beach to the north. In the area all over the place around Ashvem, you will discover a plush countryside with old-fashioned little villages encircled by paddy fields and coconut groves, driving from one place to another in the back roads is a good way to pass a day.



Morjim Beach is one of the majestic beaches of Pernem district in North Goa. A few years earlier this beach was reachable only by the romantic ferry over the Goan Chapora River, but with the Siolim Bridge thrown open since the year 2002; this delightful beach is now easy to get to by bike, taxi or any private vehicle. Morjim beach lies just north of the Chapora River and can be reached by taking a short turn off the coastal road from Chapora.  Morjim beach is serene and secret.  Peace and calmness exists here, which makes it an ideal holiday destination.  Morjim beach is around 3.5 kms in length. Just walk a couple of kilometres in either direction along the Morjim beach and you will be in the lap of Mother Nature, where sea, sand and sky blend in a appealing innate accord. The crystal clear water of Morjim beach is a swimmer's happiness.Morjim Beach also known as Turtle Beach because the Olive Ridley turtles come here every October to hatch eggs. Morjim village and beach is a place to unwind and to relax body, heart and mind.


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