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Adamo The Bellus, Goaplaces to visit in Goa

Unlike the narrow popular notion, Goa is more than just beaches and parties, while these two categories do stand out in imparting a lasting impression on whoever visits this beautiful state. It has several places to explore that are of historical, cultural and environmental significance. This makes it an all-encompassing destination with something for everyone. In Fact, some of these treasures are located at very close proximity to Adamo The Bellus.

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.

Calangute Beach

Located between the Baga-Calangute stretch on the Arabian coastline, Candolim beach is the quieter option in North Goa. This is the best spot to relax at and let the sun work on your golden tan, while you spend quality time with yourself.

Candolim Beach

Fort Aguada, constructed in 1612, along with its lighthouse is a Portuguese fort on Sinquerim Beach in North Goa. It is one of the most photogenic structures in the state and is frequented by thousands of visitors every month.

Fort Aguada

Baga is another extremely popular tourist hub in the North of Goa, with tourists arriving here round the year. It is a paradise for adventure lovers with numerous water sports, including jet skiing, wind surfing and parasailing on offers.

Baga Beach

Splashdown is Goa's premier Water Park, with 5 pools, a variety of slides, and other fun activities. Both adventure and water lovers frequent this place as they go down the rides with friends and family.

Splashdown Waterpark

Anjuna beach has a long history of the hippie movement of the 70s, and remains popular among nature lovers, back-packers and adventure junkies alike. The flea market here is the most popular in the whole of Goa.

Anjuna Beach

Adjoining the famous Anjuna beach, Vagator is a little more laid back. The tourist traffic comprises of predominantly Western backpackers, however it is also gaining popularity among Indian tourists, who particularly come to watch the sunset from the rocks.

Vagator Beach

Church of Reis Magos is set on the right bank of the Mandovi River in the small village of Reis Magos. It is dedicated to the Three Magic Kings, and every 6th of January, on its opening day, a grand feast is celebrated here.

Church of Reis Magos

Dedicated to Our Lady of Miracles, this church in Mapusa (North Goa) has a recent but interesting past. The Portuguese, while retreating from Goa in 1961, set it on fire and almost destroyed the building. It has been restored and frequented by numerous tourists every day.

Church of our lady of Miracles

Coco beach is located right at the mouth of the river Mandovi opposite Panjim. One can go on a boat ride to spot dolphins at a short distance from the beach in the bay opening at Nerul river.

Coco Beach

This is the best example of a harmonic co-existence of Hinduism and Christianity in Goa. The church was constructed on the site of a Hindu temple and even today it’s considered as a sacred spot. During the church’s annual feast on the 16th day after Easter, members of both the communities come together for the celebration.

St Jerome Church Mapusa

Fontainhas is the best place to explore strong Portuguese influences in the architecture of Goa. Located in Panjim, It still follows the old Portuguese mandate of painting the houses after the monsoons every year.

Fontainhas

Siolim is a small village in North Goa that is loaded with interesting things to observe and explore. One of these is the Siolim Cooking School that allows travellers to explore Goan Cuisine, Raw Food preparations and French Bakery preparations. It offers a half day programme where one visits the local markets (Optional), learns to prepare different dishes and eat/share what’s been cooked with others.

Siolim Cooking School

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