All You Need to Know About South Goa Sightseeing

All You Need to Know About South Goa Sightseeing

All You Need to Know About South Goa Sightseeing



South Goa Sightseeing: Go, Goa, gone, there is no doubt everyone has heard those words, but let’s break them down to really understand their meaning, those who go to Goa, are lost, get lost in Goa’s beauty. South Goa district holds an important spot in Goa tourism due to its geographical availability. ,South Goa share its border with North Goa in the north and Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka in its south and east whereas Arabian sea on its west coast, South Goa sightseeings is known as Konkan region.


Some of the top attractions of South Goa Sightseeing


All You Need to Know About South Goa Sightseeing


Palolem Beach

One of the attractive beaches of South Goa is Palolem Beach, the golden sand and blue sea welcomes you to indulge in the spellbound experience of a beach life. Party within the boundaries of Palm trees swinging with you, this sea is the home to party animals and water sports enthusiasts. For a relaxed day chill under the palm trees and for adventures dive in the blue sea, water sports like canoeing, trekking, Dolphin spotting, kayaking, scuba diving, turtle spotting. Enjoy the silent discoes and shop local in the lanes of Goa, the vibrant colours of beach will sooth your soul.

Agonda Beach, South Goa

Next comes is Agonda beach in the southern region, the cottage and shacks covering up the shoreline, soak up under sun and chill out in peace. Beaches covered in palm trees and casuarinas enhances the beauty of Agonda Beach, this beach is one of the four sites for turtle nestling. One who goes to Agonda beach comes out happier and a better version of himself, feel the nature winds on your skin and let your skin breath the freshness of the beach.

Benaulim Beach

The nightlife of this beach is the talk of town, which is brighter than the day and merrier than ever. The lights, music, and the endless grooving till you drop is the energy of this beach. Indulge in various water sports and adventures during the day time, like snorkelling, wind surfing, dolphin spotting, parasailing, jet skiing, banana boat ride and rowing are fun activities to dive into. Do not miss out Benaulim beach and the fun things to do in the beach.

Colva Beach, South Goa

Sunbathe under the sunny sky over the white sand, chill out and relax in the morning and witness a poetic sunset and soon after that explore the vibrant nightlife of Colva beach, explore various water sports activities of Covla beach like windsurfing, speedboat ride, dolphin spotting, parasailing, water scooter, jet skiing, motorboat ride, banana boat ride.

Butterfly Beach, South Goa

Next stoppage is the famous Butterfly beach of South Goa, which is a hidden gem in the heart of South Goa. Explore the hilltop butterflies roaming over it, star fishes and crabs playing on the sand, one can hike through the forest to reach to the beach or the other way around is through boat.

Galgibaga Beach

One of the famous sites of turtle nestling, therefore also known as turtle beach, this beach is a protected land for Olive Ridley Turtle. Turquoise sea, pine vegetation, dense forests and surreal sunsets and sun soaking up in your skin. All of these are worth every moment spent in this beach.

Our Lady of Remedios Church, South Goa

Glimpses from 1630, ancient architecture with white exteriors at Betalbalim, is a crucial place of Christian worship in South Goa. During the night lights lit up the entire experience and ambience.

Saviour of the World Church, South Goa

Goa is famous for its beaches and ancient churches, the infrastructure of this church is built in the mannerist of the neo-roman style. It is one of the best architectures of churches in South Goa, built in 1536.

St. Alex Church, South Goa

Built on the banks of Angoddi Tollem Lake, during the late 16th century. It is onje of the oldest Chapel churches in the South Goa. If you ever visit to Margo you must visit to this place as Margo is just 6 kms away from the church.

Three Kings Church, South Goa

Situated in the small village of South Goa, Cansaulim. A rumoured fact about his place is that it is believed to be haunted. If you really want to explore about, go and have a visit.

Chandreshwar Bhootnath Temple, South Goa

This temple is dedicated to the worship of lord Shiva, the temple stands at top of Chandranath Hill. Lord shiva is also known as lord of moon, on a full moon night the shrine shines under the moonlight.

Shri Shantadurga temple, South Goa

The temple displays the architecture of Indo-Portuguese style, which is a 450 years old style. This temple is dedicated to the worship of Goddesses Durga, the five-storey tower adds to its attraction along with the roman arched windows.



These places are some of the most popular places of South Goa, some major beaches and temples and churches which are remarkable and must visit. While there are some historical forts, museums, and a wildlife sanctuary which is known as Cotiago wildlife sanctuary, this sanctuary is the home of several exotic flora and fauna.



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