After getting married, if you are planning to go for a honeymoon so that you can easily spend time with your beloved.
Then, Goa is an ideal place for you. Goa is known worldwide for its rich cultural heritage, untouched and stretched sandy beaches, and diverse animal and plant life.
Millions of tourists visit Goa every year and many of them are newlyweds who are just starting their new life together.
There are several allures in its storehouse that are lovely and breathtaking. Now let us discuss in details:
Beaches in Goa
Here the tourist will visit several famous beaches such as Colva Beach, Agonda Beach, Varca Beach, Dona Paula Beach, Aguada Beach, Benaulim Beach, Vagator Beach, Mabor Beach, Arambol Beach, Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Cavelossium Beach, Bogmalo Beach, Anjuna beach and many other. All of these beaches are much advanced and provide excellent amenities to their visitors.
Churches in Goa
The churches of Goa reflect the invasion of Portugal and a blend of Baroque and Renaissance pattern. Some of its prominent churches are The Basilica of Bom Jesus, Convent & Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Se Cathedral,
The Church of Lady of Rosary, The Church of St. Alex – Curtorim, and The Church of St. Cajetan. All of them are extraordinary which manifest the Christian architecture with layered frontispiece, framed with pilasters and columns.
Temples of Goa
Well after visiting churches, the tourists also visit several temples here. Among much-revered temples of Goa are Shree Kamakshi Temple at Shiroda, Shree Shantadurga Temple at Dhargal, Shree Saptakoteshwar Temple at Narve, Shree Shantadurga Temple at Kavlem and Shree Ramnath Temple at Bandode, etc.
Furthermore, you will find a nice and luxury accommodation facility that includes many five star hotels, beach resorts, and international hotel chains.
They provide you an excellent facility like spa, gym, site seeing, water sports, and excellent room amenities, etc. Despite all, Goa is famous for its delicious cuisines.
Here you will find continental and seafood to eat. Wine, cashew nut, Coconut milk, bear, kokum (a sour deep purple fruit), and tamarind are very famous elements that provide distinct flavors and taste to Goans cuisine.