Goa is a tiny, but a beautiful state of India, with its capital, Panaji and the largest city, Vasco da Gama. Goa is visited by a large number of international and domestic tourists every year for its beaches, places of worship and world heritage architecture. Although Goa is known for its spectacularly beautiful beaches such as Morjim, Vagator, Calangute, Baga, Candolim etc., it also has magnificent churches, temples and forts. The Portuguese culture and the vibrant party atmosphere can be felt round the year. Goa also has forests, plantations and waterfalls that draw hordes of visitors. The best way to holiday in Goa is to book a villa through Luxurious Private Villa Rentals.
Luxury Hotels for a comfortable stay
For Last minute Holiday deals in Goa, there are many luxurious Hotels and villas which provide bookings on the go. A comfortable Accommodation makes up a large part of one’s holiday. Especially since People from different parts of the world visit Goa through the year whether its Winter, Summer or Monsoon, for a perfect vacation with family. Villa accommodation in Goa is most preferred as people nowadays are very particular about their privacy. They want Independent Villas instead of crowded Hotels, and Villas generally provide privacy and more basic amenities at reasonable rates.
Even rooms are available here on rental basis. Several Renters provide rooms as Holiday Rentals in Goa for a couple and a small family. Holiday rentals provide all the basic amenities as of a villa or a hotel but at a very affordable rate.
The famous attraction centers of Goa
Let’s start with the most well known attraction first- the beaches. Goa is where you can find serene, quiet beaches as well as those with non-stop parties. Agonda Beach is of the former kind. This lonely beach is long, untouched and fringed with casuarinas and palms.
Quite the opposite is the Anjuna Beach. This beach is in the Anjuna village, known for its flea market and the reputation of being called “the freak capital” thanks to the full moon and trance parties that run all through the night.
Candolim Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Goa. This beach is known for its shacks and restaurants serving variety of drinks and seafood.
You can’t leave Goa without checking out its churches. In the Old Goa region, one can find many church buildings erected in the 1500s and 1600s that display a blend of baroque Renaissance style and Gothic touches. The grandest example of this is undoubtedly the Se Cathedral which has an aisle 80 meters long and is the largest church in Asia. If exquisite paintings are what you’re after you need to visit the St. Francis of Assisi church. Francis Xavier’s mortal remains are preserved in the Basilica of Bom Jesus. You’ll find the distinctive style of Rome’s St. Peter’s Basilica in the Saint Cajetan Church while the Church of our Lady of Rosary is one of Goa’s oldest churches.
Goa has also its fair share of forts. Reis Magos Fort, Fort Aguada, Alorna Fort, Chapora Fort, Fortess of Colvale ruins and Nanus Fort ruins are some of these. Goa also has many historic temples and other architectural attractions both old and new as well as many waterfalls such as the Dudhsagar Waterfall, lakes and dams that provide many picnic opportunities.
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