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Adamo The Bellus, Goa
Location in Goa

Top Hotels in North Goa near Baga Beach

Goa is one of the most popular destinations for holidays, be them family get together, romantic getaways or a trip for the most happening parties in this side of the world. People come to Goa not just from different parts of India but the whole world, thus making it a cauldron of cultures and cuisines. This small state of India is blessed with immense natural beauty, a rich cultural heritage, hospitable locals, sun-kissed beaches, and also inland waterways for those perfect canoe rides. It is divided into two parts by the river Mandovi, South and North Goa. While people head to the Southern side for peace and a slow paced holiday, the North beckons you for a high energy vacation, with various night parties, shopping opportunities and water sports.

Calangute beach in North Goa is the closest coastline to Adamo The Bellus, while other popular beaches like Baga, Candolim and Anjuna are also close by. The best time to visit Goa is during November to March, when it is cooler, and the sea is much calmer and clearer, making it perfect for water sports and other beach activities. The countryside turns lush green and the waterfalls swell up during and after the monsoons, so even the erstwhile off-season is fast growing popularity among travel enthusiasts. Adamo The Bellus is always ready to offer you a memorable stay throughout the year.

This is the most popular beach in Goa and is termed as the Queen of Beaches. It is a hub for party lovers and transforms into a large open club as the sun goes down.

Founded by Franciscans, Church of St. Alex draws tourists for its beguiling architectural beauty. Dating back to the colonial times, 1595 to be precise, this is one of the oldest surviving churches in Goa. It features two skyrocketing towers, altars and a pristine white dome.

An extension of the Calangute Village, Baga Beach is a major tourist attraction in Goa. A haven for those who love water sports, this beach is the ideal place to try parasailing, windsurfing and jet skiing. Dolphin cruises, animated beach parties and sumptuous seafood delicacies enhance the charm of this place.

If you want to acquaint yourself with the local culture of Goa, then Kerkar Art Gallery is the perfect place. Housing a rich display of sculptures and paintings made by the celebrated artists, this is a great place to spend some moments of tranquility.