Colomb Beach (or as it is also called Colom Beach) is located in a small horseshoe-shaped bay between the Palolem and Patnem Beaches. This is one of the most remote beaches of South Goa. This place is very suitable for those who prefer to spend their holidays quietly and solitarily and for those who are fond of privacy and comfort of small spaces.
The Beach is covered with sand of a rich golden color with some splashes of black stones, most of which are places in the water. From three sides the beach is surrounded with rock formations of different peculiar shapes and sparse vegetation. The landscape is complement with several tall palm trees. The entrance into the Arabian Sea is slow, stage-by-stage; the water near the shore is shallow, there are almost no undercurrents.
One of the most interesting Colomb Beach sightseeing is a special unique rock called Pandava's drum. Pandavas are Indian epic heroes, two brothers-warriors. If you throw a stone into the rock and hit a certain place, you can hear the sound very similar to the sound of the drum.
Sea Condition – November to March
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Sea Condition – April to October
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