Goa Sights

Although it is the coastal areas that are the biggest draw for visitors to Goa, if you travel inland you’ll find jungles, mountains, and agricultural areas. The north is known for its restaurants, bars and party-hearty beaches. In central Goa you'll find the mammoth ghost town that is Old Goa, as well as Panaji, the state capital. The less-traveled south is home to several high-end hotels and

resorts, as well as small villages that allow a glimpse into Goa beyond the beach shacks and all-night parties.

Note that in addresses the terms wadi, waddo, and vado all mean "street."

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Dudhsagar Falls 1

Old Goa 4

Panaji 5

Ponda 1

North Goa 10

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Anjuna Beach 1

Arambol, Ashvem, Mandrew, and Morjim 4

Baga Beach 1

Calangute Beach to Candolim 1

Sinquerim Beach 2

Vagator Beach 1

South Goa 3

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Cavelossim 1

Chandor 1

Palolem Beach 1

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Government Building 1

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House/ Mansion/ Villa 1

Military Site 1

Museum/ Gallery 2

Nature Preserve/ Wildlife Refuge 1

Neighborhood/ Street 1

Religious Building/ Site/ Shrine 4

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Anjuna Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This is Goa's original hippie haven. Those full-moon parties, now so synonymous with this beach state, first happened on the sands of...

Arambol Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Perfect for those keen on sampling a taste of the 1970s hippie trail, and still favorite with Goa's free spirits, this North Goan beach...

Archaeological Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

A part of the Franciscan monastery behind the Church of St. Francis of Assisi, the Archaeological Museum has an intricately gilded and...

Ashvem Beach

  • Beach–Sight

The white sands here are perfect for uninterrupted lazing. Sandwiched between Morjim and Mandrem beaches, Ashvem has a fair few hippie...

Baga Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This long, narrow (at high tide) beach is one of Goa's most popular, and Baga is where you'll find nonstop action, cocktails around the...

Basilica of Bom Jesus

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Dedicated to the worship of the infant Jesus, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is also known throughout the Christian world as the tomb of St.

Braganza House

  • House/Mansion/Villa

The chief reason to visit Chandor is this 400-year-old house—a slice of living history. Two wings are occupied by two branches of the...

Calangute Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Crowded and dirty, particularly in the high season, Calangute Beach is a tourist trap and the main destination for every package tourist...

Cavelossim Beach

  • Beach–Sight

One of Goa's lesser-known stretches, Cavelossim Beach is starting to come into its own. With a few swanky hotels in the area, including...

Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

This grand shrine was a mere chapel before 1541. Soon after, in 1600, it became a parish, and its structure was rebuilt entirely. Now...

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