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Goa is a magical destination in the heart of India where exotic beach breaks full of Eastern charm await. If you fancy a relaxing stint in paradise but with a little extra spice, Goa may be the perfect holiday spot for you. The stunning state of Goa is one of the top Indian holiday destinations for travellers.

Whether you're after a lively break full of late nights and exciting excursions or you simply want to relax on a beautiful Indian beach, try some yoga, or visit some temples, the variety of holiday resorts in Goa mean that your wish can come true.

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When you've had your fill of sightseeing, and want to relax on the sands, you'll be spoilt for choice in Goa. Calangute is the busiest of the Goan resorts, and the place to choose if you want vibrant nightlife and a buzzing atmosphere. Next door you have Baga, a former fishing village that has held onto a quieter feel. Candolim is a great all-rounder of a resort, and possibly the best choice for families. Here you'll find miles of bright white sands, as well as water sports, shops and cafes on the seafront for you to enjoy.

For a change of pace away from the beaches, Old Goa in the capital city of Panjim is a mesmerising place for a wander, and you'll find some of the most popular historical attractions of Goa. For those who are simply craving a laidback beach break, Benaulim is one of the best resorts for a piece of the Goan quiet life. For a piece of paradise with a dash of Eastern flavour, book flights to Goa with

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Top 5 things to do in Goa

10 facts about Goa


Goa boasts an impressive 103km of beautiful coastline. The secluded Mandrem Beach and Agonda Beach, and the lively Baga Beach are amongst the most popular.


The best places for nightlife in Goa are Tito's Road in Baga and the more laid-back Anjuna Beach which is home to the famous beach-bar, Curlies.


The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Se Cathedral is considered to be the largest Roman Catholic Church in Asia and is one of the most popular churches in Old Goa.


Goa has been a mecca for hippie culture since the 60s and the top places for some barefoot beach dancing, meditation and far out tunes are Arambol and Anjuna.


The Basilica of Bom Jesus is UNESCO listed and was built in the late 16th century. It is considered one of India’s best examples of baroque architecture.


The opulent Shantadurga Temple contains ornate Indo-Portuguese stained glass windows, chandeliers and the impressive Deepa Stambha or Lamp Tower.


Dudhsagar Falls, on the Mandovi River, is a 310 m waterfall surrounded by lush jungle. It’s a fair trek to get there but a cold dip in the falls will refresh.


The Se Cathedral complex contains the cathedral itself, the Chapel of St Catherine, the Church of St Francis of Assisi and the Archaeological Museum.


Head to Goa during a festival like Dussehra, Diwali and Holi when the area is lit up with candles and colour, with a distinctly extravagant Portuguese vibe.


The UNESCO listed site of Old Goa was built in the 15th century but abandoned 300 years later due to the plague. It contains some of Goa’s most popular sites.