district of Goa, India
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South Goa covers the southern half of the state of Goa in India.

RegionsEdit

 
Map of South Goa
 
South Goa


CitiesEdit

  • 1 Margao — cultural and commercial capital of Goa
  • 2 Vasco da Gama — a major port city with a large Indian naval presence

Other destinationsEdit

  • 1 Agonda — is a great spot for sunbathing, relaxing and swimming, with still relatively few tourists
  • 2 Benaulim — a small town and beach with easy access to shops and hotels
  • 3 Bogmalo — a small beach-side village with spectacular sunsets
  • 4 Colva — a beach located South Goa easily accessible from Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore
  • 6 Palolem — a small town with one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa
  • 7 Patnem — a small town with a beautiful beach
  • 8 Xeldem — a scenic village important in agriculture and noted for its Shree Sateri Shantadurga Temple

UnderstandEdit

Get inEdit

The Dabolim airport in Vasco da Gama is Goa's only airport.

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

BeachesEdit

 
Sunset at the Palolem beach

From north to south

  • Bogmalo Beach
  • Colva Beach - This beach's spectacle of sea, sand and sky blend in a enchanting natural harmony, weaving their magic spell on the visitors. Known for its scenic beauty.
  • Benaulim Beach, bordering Colva Beach
  • Cola Beach - a remote, unspoilt beach for those seeking complete peace and relaxation, 10km north from Agonda.
  • Agonda Beach - a small and quiet beach, near Palolem Beach
  • Palolem Beach - a scenic and popular beach in extreme south Goa.
  • Patnem Beach - a small and quiet beach, bordering Palolem Beach

DoEdit

  • Visit "Turtle Beach" just south of Patnem
  • Check out the historic Portuguese colonial houses in Old Goa
  • Try some yoga classes or learn how to teach yoga

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