Goa is the perfect mix of natural beauty, lively nightlife, and tropical environs. without doubt India’s West Coast paradise. From the glorious sands of Anjuna beach to the electric nightlife of Tito’s Road, there are many well-loved places to visit in Goa that have long been popular with holiday goers.

Basilica of Bom Jesus :

Built in 1605, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is the most known among Goa’s churches. It’s mostly famous for holding the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier, revered as the ‘Apostle of the Indes’ among Roman Catholics worldwide.

Fontainhas :

Fontainhas is the oldest of Goa’s well-preserved Portuguese quarters. A UNESCO certified heritage zone, it is dotted with narrow streets that run between colourful, Portuguese-style villas dating to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Vagator Beach :

While it's not exactly deserted, Vagator makes for a pleasant beach to spend an afternoon (or even a few days). Umbrellas and loungers line the shore and restaurant staff will bring food and drink directly to you if you want. Other tourists come here too, but it's not a wild party beach. Nearby you can do a bit of sightseeing at Chapora Fort.

Se Cathedral :

Se Cathedral is considered to be the largest church in Asia. It’s also one of Goa’s oldest and has been in service since 1640, though construction on the structure began almost a century before that.



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Priya – February 20, 2021:

I have enjoyed going to Goa, there are a lot of wonderful places to visit, it has good clean area and fresh air for breathing. I love that place, I wish you all to visit that place and enjoy the beauty of that place.

Manish – March 20, 2021:

Plenty of beaches, places which accept all types of cultures, freedom for anything which is enjoyable. Parties, tattoo festivals, beach sports make these places an awesome experience

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