Best tourist place to visit, nice view of sea from the top of the fort. Nice place to take good photos in sunlight. Good to hear sounds of seashore. The place used to be really good and you could spend quality time at this historical place, which was basically a light house.
You have lived your best life if you have partied on this beach. It is the most beautiful and lively beach I've ever seen. The shacks and the pubs and everything. The crowd. I really loved it. If you're in Goa,this is a must visit.
A beautiful piece of history restored by the the Govt of Goa along with Intach Foundation. The fort also houses an display of Goa's very own Mario Miranda's art works. Would loved to have either guides or display boards provide some details about the detailed history of the Fort.
you have to come here for sure. Beautiful sea shore, lively crowd, water sports activities, outlets offering eatables and beverages- everything you wish for is here. Whether it is a group of friends, a couple, or a family; this place holds good for all.
Situated in North Goa. Very good tourist spot. Excellent view of beach from the hill top. Best place for visiting with families and friends. Good spot for photography and taking selfies. Have a small parking space for the vehicles. Excellent scenery during sunset.
This beach is perfectly laid with white sands and is perfect for nightlife. We had our quick dinner here and partied till late night. It was truly enthralling. Refreshing with the aroma of hot drinks.
Basilica of Bom Jesus is the most famous church of Goa. It's hundreds of year old and still remains beautiful. It's more famous because it houses the body of St. Francis Xavier, a saint who doesn't need any introduction. Indians and Foreigners from all across the world visit this place every year only to immerse in the serenity of its environment. The sculptures and structure inside the church are worth seeing.
The Dona Paula jetty provides a marvelous view from its viewpoint. It is, however, currently under renovation and repairs. The Arabian sea waves splash right on top of the jetty and provides an amazing sight for tourists to drench themselves and capture the beauty of the waves. You also got jet skis around and small shops selling artifacts and garments.