7 Most Stunning Places in Goa for Travel Enthusiasts!

Goa is a province in western India that circle's along the Arabian Sea's coastline. Before 1961, it was a Portuguese territory. 17th-century churches and tropical spice plantations are the order of the day. Goa prettiest places include sparkling beaches ranging from the renowned stretches at Baga and Palolem to the more laid-back fishing colonies like Agonda. Here is an abridged account of the premier places to visit in Goa that are worth visiting: Palolem Beach: This scarcely-populated beach is renowned for its rustic beauty. It creates the ideal setting for you to unwind with your loved ones while enjoying the clean beach spectacle and gentle waves of the Arabian Sea. TripSavvy Cape Goa: This location is near the settlement of Cabo de Rama in South Goa. It is perfect for posting images of one soaking in the comfort of a bubbling jacuzzi. While engaged in sunbathing, you may catch sight of the breathtaking view of the sea and palm trees striping the horizon. These may be enjoyed from the comforts of an outdoor jacuzzi.  bestweekenddeals Fort Aguada: Fort Aguada symbolizes a 17th-century Portuguese fort overlooking the Mandovi River's confluence with the Arabian Sea. The fort's decaying ramparts may be seen from Sinquerim Beach. Besides, the eloquent feature of the fortress is a lone four-story lighthouse (the one of its kind in Asia) and not to forget, a glittering sunset display.  Live History India Dudhsagar Falls: The Dudhsagar Falls, one of India's steepest waterfalls, is located well within the Mollem National Park. The optimum time to see the Dudhsagar falls is during the monsoon. During rains, it is in full flow in the backdrop of adjoining deciduous forests shrouded with a greenish tinge. Adventure Nation Fontainhas: Fontainhas is a must-see destination for anybody visiting Goa. The historic Latin Quarter in Panjim is often tagged as the "Old Latin Quarter". It still has an unclouded Portuguese imprint, notably in terms of architecture. The most beautiful sculptures in Fontainhas have a lot of flamboyance that cater to some excellent photography. Culture Trip St. Andrew’s Church: This neo-Gothic church's quiet grandeur is amazing. Pay a visit to this location for some incredible clicks and feel a breath of fresh air blowing across the landscape of Vasco da Gama. GoGoaNow Basilica of Bom Jesus: The Basilica of Bom Jesus is an effervescent edifice that brings forth a testament of Portugal's rich architectural heritage. This monument is more than just a religious site. It contains the relics of St. Francis Xavier. It has the auspicious chapel of mass worship and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wikimedia Commons


Take a tour to any of these stunning places in Goa! It will surely give you the much-needed break from your routine life!

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