About Arambol Beach Arambol (also known as Harmal) is the most northerly of Goa’s developed beach resorts and is still considered the beach of choice for many long-staying budget-minded travellers in the north. Arambol first emerged in the 1960s as a mellow paradise for long-haired long-stayers escaping the scene at Calangute. Today things are still cheap and cheerful, with budget accommodation in little huts clinging to the cliffsides, though the main beach is now an uninterrupted string of beach shacks, many with beach-hut operations stacked behind. The main beach is gently curved and safe for swimming but often crowded – head south towards Mandrem for a quieter beach scene. A short walk around the northern headland brings you to little Kalacha Beach, another popular place thanks to the ‘Sweetwater Lake’ back from the beach. The headland above here is the best place in Goa for paragliding. About Our Restaurants Our both restaurants, Blue Diamond and China Town are located right on the beach and just a minute away from the parking lot. Facing the Arabian Sea and to the great choice of music, one can order variety of food and beverages. We have options from various cuisines and are prepared fresh. One could also order fish straight from fisherman’s net. Added to this, we have a well equipped bar serving delicious cocktails and many other beverages.