City Of Beaches

Goa is located on the western coast of India in the coastal belt known as Konkan Goa, a tiny emerald land on the west coast of India, a place of sun, sand and sea squeezed between the seas and the lush forested hills. It offers glistening sands, swaying coconut palms, and ultra fresh seafood. With its natural scenic beauty, abundant greenery, attractive beaches and temples, churches & even mosques with a distinctive style of architecture, colorful and lively feasts, festivals& above all, hospitable people with a rich cultural milieu, has an ideal tourist profile.

 

Attractions in Goa, around and from Goa

  • Anjuna Beach Anjuna Beach is popularly known as the freak capital of the world and not without reasons. It was a famous destination for hippies during the sixties and seventies.

  • Big foot - Ancestral Goa In the year 1994 the sculpture of Sant Mirabai, India’s singing saint, which was begun and was finished in the period of one month. Carved on laterite it received National acclaim in the “Limca bo

  • Calangute Beach Calangute is the largest beach in North Goa. It is famous for its beach, visited by domestic and international tourists alike.

  • Colva Beach With white sands spreading out to 20kms, lush green palm trees swaying gently, this sun drenched Colva beach is the one of the most loved beach of the tourists.

  • Fort Aguada Fort Aguada is located between Sinquerim Beach and River Mandovi. The fort was built by the Portuguese in the early 17th century.

  • Mapusa Market A famous market and fondly known as ‘Mapusa Friday Market’ as it is taken place every Friday.

  • Margao city Margao is an important city in Goa and is also the second largest. It is a major commercial center of Goa.