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Goa means relax. White, sandy beaches. Rows of palms. Boys playing cricket. Silent people doing yoga. Kids bathing in the ocean and ladies working on their perfect tan. When the hippies came to Goa in the 70s, they were looking for peace and love kind of land and they found it here, in the quiet and tolerant state of India. Half of century has passed since then. Today, these people are on many different life paths. But still a few with gray dreadlocks might be spotted here. And still all kinds of misfits, idealists and dreamers come to Goa.

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Arambol Beach

Arambol Beach has a distinct bohemian feel which is no longer found in other areas and this inevitably attracts many alternative travellers. Arambol beach is considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in Goa.
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Candolim Beach

Candolim beautiful section of beach in the continuum of Calangute has been largely overrun by tourist shops, restaurants and hotels. Nice area to stay for people interested in shopping and dining close to beach front accommodation.
1h

Palolem Beach

This beach is one of the most famous beaches in Goa. It is famous for parties and night life.
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Calangute Beach

The beach is the largest in North Goa and visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike. The beach offers water sport activities like parasailing and water skiing, among others.
1h

Chapel of St. Catherine, goa

The first Christian ecclesiastical structure built in Goa.
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Church and Convent of St. Francis of Assisi

The Church of St. Francis of Assisi was built in 1661 by the Portuguese.
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Basilica of Bom Jesus

The Basilica of Bom Jesus is located in Goa, India, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The basilica holds the mortal remains of St. Francis Xavier.
1h

Se Cathedral

The Se Cathedral Church in Goa is dedicated to St. Catherine of Alexandria. This church is acclaimed to be the largest in Asia.
1h

Chapel of St. Cajetan

It is a three storeyed Convent known for its Corinthian columns and pilasters of massive proportion.
1h

Baga Beach

The beach contains rows of shacks and fishing boats, and at high tide the beach is narrow. Baga Beach is also famous for water sports such as parasailing and banana rides, and dolphin cruises.
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Anjuna Flea market

Anjuna Flea market happens on Wednesdays and runs from morning till dusk. You can purchase here many things, ranging from fruits to jewelry, clothes and electronic devices.
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Anjuna Beach

Anjuna beach is to the west of the village with lot of restaurants and bars. Anjuna is world-famous for its trance parties held on the beach during the tourist season.
1h

Vagator Beach

Adjoining the famous Anjuna beach, Vagator is a little more laid back, though still pretty much steeped in the rave culture. The tourist traffic is predominantly Western backpackers, however it has also become popular with Indian tourists, who particularly come to watch the sunset from the rocks.
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Morjim Beach

Morjim Beach is a nesting and hatching habitat of the Olive ridley sea turtle, an endangered species.
1h

Viewpoints, Arambol

Near Sweet Water Lake are a few little trails leading up the hills to overlook the beach.
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