At a separation of 8 km from Panjim Kadamba Bus Stand, Miramar Beach is otherwise called 'Gasper Dias Beach'. The name of the shoreline is gotten from the word 'Miramar', which in Portuguese stands for 'seeing the ocean'. Miramar Beach is where the Mandovi River meets the blue water Arabian Sea. From the shoreline over the stream is an incredible perspective of Fort Aguada. One can see transitory winged creatures, for example, gulls and plovers at the shoreline from November to March. It is a brilliant shoreline bordered with palm trees. The delicate sands of the shoreline make it the best site for night strolls. Aside from its nearness to Panaji, it is especially popularized and countless and elite homes of Goa's rich and well known stud the territory. The shoreline is swarmed with local people and sightseers alike on generally days.