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Take a dip in the crystal-clear waters of any of our two swimming pools, surrounded by a beautiful garden and swaying palms. Relax by the poolside in a comfortable deckdeck-chair and avail of our special poolside service or just take a walk and check out the numerous shops and restaurants located near by on the main road. View More

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Sightseeing in Calangute Beach

Calangute is truly Goa’s most active beach, filled with fun, surf and sand it is the ideal destination for fun-loving tourists. At Calangute it’s easy to find tour and water sports operators, where the more adventurous can adventure sports and water sports like para sailing, wind surfing and water skiing. If you’re not one for the adrenaline rush try the lovely backwater cruises and dolphin cruises. Also, visit nearby beaches like Baga, Candolim and Anjuna, and places of interest like the Aguada Fort, church of St. Alex and St. Anthony Chapel.

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CITIES BEACHES

For administrative purposes, Goa is divided into two districts, North Goa and South Goa with Panjim and Margao as its headquarters. A few cities worth mentioning are listed below:

Fort Aguada and Candolim

Mapusa

Old Goa

Margao

Panjim

Ponda

Vasco-Da-Gama

Beaches may be the sole criteria a tourist chooses Goa as his destination. Goa possesses one of the finest stretches of sandy coastline in India. The beaches in Goa lets one enjoy the sun, sea and sand simultaneously.

In general, the beaches are clustered into two regions, north and south Goa coastlines with Miramar and Bambolim beaches in the middle. A few of the beaches in north Goa, are listed below:

Anjuna

Calangute

Benaulim

Bogmalo

Colva

Majorda

Betul Beach

Palolem Beach

CHURCHES FORTS

Goa has a number of churches. A few are mentioned below:

St. Cathedral at Old Goa

Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Old Goa

Chapel and Tomb of St. Francis Xavier

Following few forts that remain today stand as mute witnesses to the history of the days gone by.

Cabo da rama

Chapora

Terekhol

TEMPLES WILD LIFE SANCTUARIES

Temples in Goa are an important part of its socio-cultural life. Due to historical reasons, the architecture varies from the usual Hindu temples. A few worth mentioning are given below:

Pandavas Caves

Shree Rudreshwar Temple, Aravalem

Shree Damodar Temple, Zambaulim

Shree Chandranath Temple, Paroda

Shree Mahalsa Narayani Temple

Shree Mahalakshmi Temple Bandode

Shree Nagueshi Temple, Bandode

Shree Gopal Ganapathi, Farmagudi

Flora and Fauna is well preserved in these sanctuaries. A visit would be definitely worth it.

Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary, Molem

Bondla Forest

Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary