Places to Visit in North Goa | North Goa Sightseeing & Tourist Places

Places To Visit

Morjim Beach (18.7 kms)

Often considered to be one of the best beaches that Goa has to offer, Morjim presents travellers with an array of things to do from the native beachside shacks to the pristine seas that are accompanied by exhilarating watersports. A single destination that attracts tourists with its unique atmosphere and dining experiences. This beach is also known for the Olive Ridley Sea Turtles, who call this beach their nesting ground at specific times of the year. A space of serenity that is accompanied by the open oceans.

Chapora Fort (18.7 kms)

This location is the essence of what Goa was built upon, A representation of the Portuguese culture that has blended with a deep rooted Indian heritage. Escape behind the worn walls of this structure, listening to the stories of a generation that has long passed with pleasure lies in the breath-taking views and maritime winds that will envelop you in a sense of oceanic bliss. If you do decide to visit, you should carry a light snack.

Vagator Beach (21.6 kms)

Vagator Beach is the go to hot spot for tourists and travel enthusiasts. A location that provides some of the region's best foods along with a host Nightclubs for your bar hoping adventures. This beach is adorned with the red cliffs that look down on the salty shoreline below. A single stretch that joins the sea and the land while bridging the gap between daytime relaxation and night time parties.

Grand Island (53.2 kms)

Goan beaches are known to provide a few watersports for visitors to enjoy, but oftentimes these selections are limited in terms of their scope and variety. This is why we recommend Grand Island, the nirvana for goan water sports. Consider this your one stop shop that covers every activity under the sun, from snorkelling to fishing. An experience that will leave you with cherished memories of the seas.

Mapusa Friday Market (12.6 kms)

Whether you are visiting for a day, a week or a month, you should get a chance to experience Mapusas Friday Market. A bustling center where vendors come to sell their unique items at affordable prices. Though the shops are in place all day on Friday, you should visit early in the morning to get the best pick of the lot.

Anjuna Flea Market (22 kms)

Anjuna is often associated with its exhilarating nightlife but that is just one side of the coin with the Weekly Wednesday Flea Markets being the other. Walk through the streets surrounded by a world of colour, clothing and unique items that are surrounded with a blend of aromas. This bustling market is a hotspot for foreign and local tourists looking for items with extremely affordable prices. This market is only operational from November to April.

The Church of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception (26.8 kms)

This site is one of the most frequented tourist attractions that Goa has to offer, attracting devotees and tourists from all over the globe to marvel in a spiritual landmark. A structure that stands tall in the capital city of Goa one that has had long tryst with the past. If you do visit the capital city of Panaji, don't miss out on the opportunity to drop by the church and revel in the silence of its walls.

Bom Jesus Basilica (34.9 kms)

One of the most important heritage sites that Goa has to offer is the Bom Jesus Basilica located in Bainguinim. A structure whose walls tell a century old story to anyone who lays their eyes on it. This location houses the preserved body of St Francis Xavier attracting tourists from all over the country and the globe.

Mahalaxmi Temple (72.4 kms)

North Goa has an innumerable number of places to visit but one site stands out. The Mahalaxmi Temple is an iconic religious attraction that's known far and wide. A temple that has undergone decades of renovations, retelling the untold stories from a different era of this coastal state.

Club Cubana (20.8 kms)

Club Cubana is a relatively secluded option, located at the top of Arpora Hill. It often goes by the “Nightclub in the Sky” with an eccentric atmosphere that attracts partygoers from all over. Here you will find everything you need, from a spacious dance floor to a luxurious pool and flashing lights that are a beacon of attraction until the break of dawn. This is an experience that blends luxury and creativity into a single entertainment location.

Britto’s (23.6 kms)

A vintage beachside bar that is the pillar that made the party scene into what it is today spanning a legacy of five decades. A space that has redefined the party atmosphere while presenting you with an assortment of beverages, snacks and delights to keep you going for the rest of your vacation.

SinQ (26.3 kms)

A luxurious property with poolside cabanas and magnificent decor. SinQ is one of the most popular spots among the younger generations, exuding a rich unique atmosphere, poolside lounge and a favourite to local DJ’s whose tracks will direct you to the dance floor. Consider this hotpot to be a contemporary Goan party capital that is sure to invigorate you.