India’s tiniest state, yet Goa manages to capture the attention of almost every globe-trotting traveller and is one of the most sought-after touristic destinations in the world. Goa feasts on its scenic beauty, historical architecture, beautiful beaches and resorts, nightlife, watersports and much more. A rich cultural mix of the East and the West, it is the hotspot for local and international travellers alike!
Goa boasts of beautiful beaches flooded with tourists all year round and stretching across 105 kms of the Konkan coastline.
Central Goa: Miramar (3km away), Dona Paula and Bambolim
North Goa: Sinquerim, Candolim, Calangute, Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Morjim, Mandrem, Ashwem, Arambol
South Goa: Bogmallo, Velsao, Cansaulim, Arrossim, Majorda, Utorda, Betalbatim, Colva, Benaulim, Varca, Cavellossim, Mobor, Agonda, Cola, Palolem, Patnem, Colomb, Rajbhag and Galgibaga
Apart from the Local markets like the Friday Mapusa Market, some famous flea markets that you simply cannot miss are the Saturday Night Market at Arpora and the Flea market on Wednesdays.
World heritage Churches of Old Goa (Se Cathedral, Bom Jesus, St Catherines Chapel,etc), Menezes Braganza house at Chandor, Houses of Goa Museumn at Torda, Spice Plantations and temples of Ponda, Reis Magos and Aguada fort.
Dudhsagar waterwalls, Bhawan Mahavir wildlife sanctuary, Tambdi Surla temple.
Gallery Gitanjali, Velha Goa, Sascha’s Shop, Barefoot, Fusion Access, Fab India.
Tito's/Cape Town / Cavala at Baga, Club Cubana in Arpora, Saturday Nite Market at Arpora, Down the Road in Panjim, Casino Royale
Authentic Goan cuisine and the local feni complete the Panjim experience. There are plenty of restaurants in the city offering Goan, Indian and International cuisine . The Verandah restaurant at Welcomheritage Panjim Inn Serves Goan food .
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