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Soulful and serene, South Goa offers you a heady mix of exotic and sandy beaches, historical churches and temples, mouth-watering seafood, undiluted lush greenery, and a romantic atmosphere. If you book a room in one of the top hotels in South Goa and explore its top attractions, then you are sure to have a memorable holiday in India's party capital.

Besides the parties and alcohol, Goa has a lot to offer beach bums. There is a beach at every turn in South Goa, which attracts tourists from all over.

Here are few places we have selected for your next trip to Goa.

Palolem Beach, South Goa

Palolem offers golden sands and spellbinding scenic views, making it one of the best beaches in South Goa. With its vibrant beach shacks and swaying palm trees, the place exudes a relaxed party vibe. Adventure, water sports, or just a relaxing day under the sun, Palolem is the perfect destination. Palolem beach market, held every Saturday, offers an opportunity to experience Goa's vibrant shopping culture.

Dudhsagar Falls

This waterfall looks like a picture from a magazine and is one of the most popular attractions in South Goa. The rugged rocks amidst the cascading water form beautiful scenery for those visiting, creating a forever memory.

Se Cathedral

Asia's largest cathedral has five bells, out of which the golden bell is the biggest in the world. The cathedral was built in 1950 by the Portuguese to commemorate their victory over the Muslim army. The architecture of the church is in Portuguese-Manueline style, with a Tuscan exterior and Corinthian interior.

Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife sanctuary

This famous wildlife sanctuary located in the Western Gats is one of the must-visit places in South Goa with extraordinary sights in tow as you take in the scenic and lush flora and fauna.

St Xavier’s Church

The most famous church of South Goa, with beautiful interiors and Gothic architecture, is one of the best places to see in South Goa. If you're in the southern half of the city, you must visit this museum. In December, you should visit this church that was built in 1605 so that you can participate in the festivities and celebrate Christmas.

Church of St. Cajetan

The church is believed to be inspired by St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican City and is one of the most surreal structures in South Goa. One of the important churches in Goa, this place reflects the Corinthian architecture with adornments carved in Baroque style.

Silent Noise

Make sure you include this on your list of South Goa must-sees! It is one of the most exciting things to do in South Goa to party at this club. One-of-a-kind party, teens, youngsters, and foreigners gather around, plug in headphones, and listen to hard rock, pop, jazz & trance music while grooving on the dance floor.

Leopard Valley Club

Agonda is one of the newest additions to the Goa nightlife scene, making it more enticing to visit. With an open-air setting, it is one of the largest open areas in India, enclosed by thick vegetation. While in South Goa, you cannot miss this nightclub's unique experience.

Cavelossim

You won't want to mis Cavelossim beach if you want to witness the perfect sunset. Cavelossim provides a breathtaking view of the River Sai being swallowed by the sea.

Agonda beach

Due to its secluded shoreline and cool breeze with a slope towards the South, this beach is one of the best places to visit in South Goa.

Goa's Aronda Beach is a carpet of white sands dotted with colorful shacks.  The Arabian Sea touches the shining beach dotted with lush green coconut and palm trees. You can spend a very peaceful time alone on the beach amidst the peaceful silence. Shacks have a warm, welcoming vibe that attracts people to enter and relax a little.

They serve local cuisines, as well as international delicacies and beach beds, are provided you can lie down under an umbrella or hang inside a hammock and enjoy the views of the beach. There are various spots along the beach where you can partake in water sports and enjoy a range of activities. Some of the water sports are even taught to beginners so they can enjoy them as well. There is nothing less than a party in this whole package of fun. So you are required to come here and enjoy everything the Agonda beach has for you.

Best time to visit Goa?

India's favorite party destination has some beautifully defined seasons. Goa weather is divided into 4 distinct phases - summer, monsoons, post-monsoon summer, and then winter. In summer, most westerners find the Goan sun too heavy-duty for their comfort, so the tourist season usually occurs during the winter! The best time to visit Goa is between November and March when the Goa weather is beautifully balmy & clear with a cool sea breeze blowing through.

How to Capture your beautiful memories of Goa forever?

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