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Lined by hot springs on sulphurous mud, the dark sands and nearby lake are flocked for their therapeutic properties

Arambol beach


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Officially known as Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, its striking blue and white facade has featured in many Bollywood movies 

Panjim Church


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Popularly known as Sachin Tendulkar's favourite Goan haunt, you can't miss its seafood spread and Sachin's favourite crab in red sauce

Martin's Corner


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Located at Sinquerium Beach, the 17th century Portuguese fort and lighthouse was where the Bollywood movie Dil Chahta Hai was filmed

fort aguada


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An architectural delight, it is one of Goa's largest and most magnificent churches from the 16th century built in Portuguese-Manueline style

se cathedral


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Panjim's old Latin quarter is steeped in history from the decades and continues to be photo-worthy with its colourful steps and bright lanes



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Step away from the crowds at this unspoiled beach which promises quiet locales, clean sand and mouth-watering seafood

benaulim beach


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See Goa like never before when you watch stunning seascapes from a lit-up cruise gliding down the river Mandovi

River mandovi


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