South Goa has relatively pristine beaches and minimal development; it has a variety of places to offer to the visitors, from forts to beaches to waterfalls and churches. If you want to escape from the ever-growing crowd of North Goa and have a relatively laid back vacation, you'll love this place. The majority of accommodations of this place are consist of luxury hotels, heritage villas, or simple huts on the beach. South Goa Sightseeing includes the famous Bom Jesus of Basilica church, St Cathedral church, Mangeshi temple, Shantadurga Temple, Dona Paula jetty and Miramar beach. On the way back one can go to the Boat Cruise with Music on the Mandovi River
... Dudhsagar waterfall is surrounded by Mollem National Park and Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary; it literally translates to “Sea of Milk”. Margoa in South Goa is one of the busiest bustling cities over here and is a must see in South Goa sightseeing. The Holy Spirit church in Margao is another famous tourist attraction. Colva beach in South Goa is also known as the “White Sand” beach. At Galgibaga beach turtles make their nests to the south and birds in the Catigao Wildlife Sanctuary inland. When you visit Butterfly Beach you will feel like you are in a magical world with the magical dance of the Dolphins and millions of butterflies flying over the mountain flowers.
Q. What South Goa is famous for?
Ans. South Goa is famous for its beaches and churches.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from South Goa?
Ans. Se Cathedral Church, Shantadurga Temple, Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary, Saint Xavier’s Church, Naval Aviation Museum, Grande Island, Cabo de Rama Fort, Grande Island, Pequeno Island, and Butterfly Beach.
Q. How to Reach South Goa?
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