Goa is known for its beautiful beaches and gorgeous architecture. There are many churches in Goa, which are a tourist attraction.
To enjoy the swaying beaches and the festive mood, people flock Goa. ‘Queen of beaches’ is the title given to Calangute beach. Swaying palms, white sand and calm waters constitute the Calangute beach. The Goan shores are softly caressed by the Arabian Sea on this beach.
Lying around on the beach to get a sun tan, swimming in the water or relaxing by fishing is the activity done by people on the Calangute beach. The other activities done by people are surfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, water skiing and parasailing.
Tourists from all over the world are attracted to this beach because of its unparallel beauty. Feni or coconut water is enjoyed by the people sitting on the beach. People just sit under the coconut trees and enjoy them. Families and honeymooning couples are found on the beach because the beach is easily accessible. The picture is completed by shops selling articles and stalls selling local delights.
Close to Calangute beach, there are some destinations which should not be missed.
White sands, swaying palms and gorgeous waters are a common scene in Goa which attracts around 2 million tourists to this state annually. Goa was under Portuguese rule for around 500 years. After this, it became a part of India. Due to the Portuguese rule here, Goa has an east meets west culture. In other words, the imprint of the Portuguese rule is still prominent here. The air in the gorgeous state is bougainvillea-scented.
There is nothing as laidback as a Goan lunch. People go to Goa to relax and chill. You can go for a morning walk, along a lake, get an afternoon walk along a beach and get drink feni as a night tonic. This is just a detailed description of a Goan holiday.
There is more to Goa than just the feel of warm sand between your toes. Slowly, there is a group of environmentalists coming up in Goa which is taking care of its environment.
Thus, a visit to the wonderful state of Goa should not be missed.
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