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This uninhabited island is situated a short boat ride from Bogmalo beach. Trips can be arranged for you to try your hand at fishing and once caught, the boat crew will cook and serve your fish to you on the island.

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Old Goa was, before Panaji, the capital of the Portuguese rulers. Vestiges of its great past remain in the form of the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which holds the remains of St. Francis Xavier, and the Sé Cathedral, the largest church in Asia. The ruins of St. Augustine’s Church merit a visit, too.

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The four hundred-year-old Braganza House in Chandor is steeped in history. Wander through the Great Salon and the colossal ballroom, gaze at antique European chandeliers adorning the ceiling, and admire the vintage gems, such as beautiful period furniture and Chinese porcelain, dotted about the house.

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On the bank of River Kushavati, Chandor is a sleepy town in South Goa. This destination has made its mark as a significant stop for its collection of Portuguese architecture. Between 6th and 11th century, this village was called Chandrapur and was reckoned as the most spectacular city of the Konkan Coast. Today, Chandor is a small village with important relics dating back to the Portuguese era and a Hindu temple and headless Nandi Bull built in the 11th century. The Portuguese mansion at Chandor can be an excellent venue for weddings and parties. Highlights :Fernandes House, Feast of Three Kings (January 6), Achies Art Gallery

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Often addressed as the pride of Salcete, Colva at a distance of about 6kms from Margaon is amongst the best places to visit in South Goa. Giving Calangute head to head fight, Colva stands as a place with a huge fan following. Dolphin sighting early in the morning is also an option here.

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This is a beauty spot which is completely unspoiled and will quite literally take your breath away. It’s located just a 5 minute scooter ride/drive away from us. Park your vehicle and take a walk through a small wooded area and almost as if you’ve walked through the wardrobe in to Narnia, you’ll stand in awe of the vast ocean views from the cliff edge from where you can enjoy watching the sun rise or set in complete peace and quiet.

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