Tourists who are in North Goa, but do not visit the Aguada Beach are seriously missing out on one of the most unique beaches not only in the entire state, but along the Western Coast of India. Where other beaches allow you to play around in the surf and sand, Aguada Beach takes you through a tour of the history of this state. There are a large number of historical attractions which tourists can visit. The numerous citadels, as well as the impressive design of the Aguada Fort, which have been framing the pristine Aguada Beach for so many centuries are a hot favorite among tourists, hot primarily because of the constant sun. Tourists who are not used to the sun should carry plenty of water and sunscreen with them. Those who want to visit the Aguada Beach should head out early in the day before the sun heats it up.