Major Attraction in North Goa: Calangute Beach: It is often referred as ‘Queen of the Beach’ and largest among north Goa beaches. Dona Poula Beach: The beach is named after Dona Paula de Menzes, daughter of a viceroy (in colonial India), who threw herself off the cliff, when refused permission to marry a local fisherman, Gaspar Dias. Baga Beach: Baga beach is one of the busiest and most attracted beach for tourists in Goa. The beach is quite famous for the water sports and fine dining restaurants. Miramar Beach: It was originally known as the "Gasper Dias Beach" Aguada Beach: is almost synonymous with the top-notch Fort Aguada Hotel complex, a superb hotel that is built on the cliff, around the remnants of the early 17th century Portuguese fort. Sinquerim Beach: Sinquerim Beach for water-skiing, para-sailing, fishing, scuba-diving and wind-surfing. Anjuna Beach: the beach is known for its swaying palms, soft sands and natural beauty. It has an unusual rocky formation overlying a cove of white sand and black rock that juts into the Sea. Vegator Beach: The beach adjoining Anjuna is secluded, crescent shaped and situated on the Caisua bay along the Chapora river basin, in the shadow of Chapora fort.