Goa has many beaches, each with its own unique characteristics. Some of the beaches here are rocky and some are peaceful, some Prove to be the best for swimmers, some for the holidays. If you go for any of these purposes then Goa beaches are right for you.  Here is a list of 5 special beaches in Goa Anjuna... more

Arvalem Fall Arvalem Waterfall The famous scenic Arvalem waterfall is located on Rudreshwar Colony in Sanquelim, Goa. this famous place visited by a large number of tourists every year. More rush is seen here in the monsoon season.  The road to the falls is lush with greenery on both... more

Verna Springs – The most amazing place.  Springs is an invaluable gift of nature found in large numbers all over India. Due to its wonderful refreshing facility, Verna Springs is one of the famous springs and main tourist destinations of Goa. It is believed that the water of this spring has some... more

The Church of Our Lady of the Rosary is built between 1544 and 1547, in Old Goa. It’s a Catholic Church. The Church is part of the World Heritage Site of Goa Churches and Convents.  History of Church  A small chapel was built in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary, According to the legend. When Afonso... more

There are many forts in Goa. In which many kings established their own kingdom. Some of these forts are not of Portuguese and some forts are not of the Maratha Empire. Some forts are now known as famous tourist spots. Rachol_Fort Rachol_Fort Rachol_Fort is located... more

Mormugao Fort is located in goa’s Mormugao, on the south side of the mouth of the Zuari River of Mormugao. Considered one of the main coastal forts of Goa, this ancient site is still well preserved and proudly settled in Goa. The fort was built a few kilometers away from Mormugao, to protect the... more

Se cathedral church Se cathedral church is located in Goa. The Sé Catedral de Santa Catarina, known as Se Cathedral.Se Cathedral is the most imposing of all the churches at Old Goa. It is the best tourist place. The main altar with its gilded reredos depicting scenes from the life... more

Fort Tyracol, also known as Terekhol Fort. The fort is located in Goa but is geographically in Maharashtra, India. The fort is located at the mouth of the river Tiracol in the northern part of Goa. Located 422 km north of Panaji, the fort can be reached by boat from Querim.  Terekhol... more

Corjuem fort is located on the island of the Corjuem river in Goa, 4 kilometers from the village of Aldona. It defends Portuguese India so was known as a military fort. It gives a good view of the surrounding river and land but it is smaller than other forts in Goa. as law, the fort is a protected memorial... more

The Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church is located in the village of Panaji in the state of Goa, India. The church holds daily Mass in English, Konkani, and Portuguese. The church was built in 1541 as a chapel firstly in colonial Portuguese Baroque style, on a hillside overlooking the city of... more

Aguada Castle was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century. The fort is located at the confluence of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. The crumbling ramparts of the fort are located on Sinquerim Beach. It is about 18 km away from Panaji. The fort was built in 1612 to protect against the Maratha... more

The erection of the church was completed in 1604. It has been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Basilica Bom Jesus Church is located in Old Goa. It is the oldest church in Goa. And this is a Roman Catholic church. It is a colony of Portuguese architecture and Baroque architecture. Basilica... more

Blessed with white powdery sands, Goa’s longest beach, Colva, is fringed with palms and drenched with the sun. A walk on the beach is full of small delights, where fishermen’s motor trawlers lie in a line offshore, and tourists in colourful dress throng the beach. Colva at night with its silvery... more

The history of Goa is dominated by Portuguese colonization. Long before the British gained their first foothold in India, the Portuguese had arrived in India in search of spices and other lucrative products. They were among the first Europeans to colonize some parts of India. Before... more

 
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