Fort Aguada is a 17th-century Portuguese fort overlooking the mouth of the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. The crumbling ramparts of the fort can be seen from Sinquerim Beach. The fort’s feature is a lone four-story lighthouse (the only one of its kind in Asia) and stunning sunset views.
The Greek tavern Thalassa is one of the most popular restaurants in Goa. It’s known for its signature drinks and sunsets, as it’s located in the backwaters with Siolim (from its previous location on Vagator Hill). It offers genuine Greek-Mediterranean cuisine and resonates with the cultural flavors of Greece.
Butterfly Beach is located in the Canacona district of Goa, south of Palolem. Also known as Honeymoon Beach, this beach is one of Goa’s most secluded and underappreciated beaches. The beach is mainly accessed by boat (ferry) from the surrounding beaches.
Fontainhas and Sao Tome is a pretty Latin Quarter in Panaji, situated on the banks of Ourem Creek and named for the local natural springs. It was built on land bought in the 18th century by a Goan who had made a fortune in Mozambique. The neighborhood is currently designated a UNESCO Historic Site and is known for its attractive Portuguese-style residences at the foot of the Altinho hills.
Anjuna flea market
On Wednesdays, the Anjuna Flea Market is a treasure trove of treasures, handicrafts, hippie clothing, souvenirs and everything else you can think of from cheap bags to shoes and junk jewelry. The Anjuna Flea Market, sometimes known as the ‘Queen of the Hippie Flea Markets’ is as much a part of the Goan experience as the beaches.
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