There are so many places to visit in South Goa that it is best to stick to some professional guidance. We have listed some fantastic beaches to visit in Goa, sightseeing, unique places in south Goa, and more. Take a look at the information below for a detailed understanding.
The Leela Goa, Mobor, Cavelossim, Salcette, Goa 403 731, India
Often called the Rome of the East, Goa is one of the smallest states in India, with two districts—North Goa and South Goa. The most commonly spoken languages here are Konkani, Hindi, English and a dialect of Portuguese, thanks to a 450-year Portugal reign in the region.
With an array of options including south Indian, north Indian, traditional Goan, Continental and many other world cuisines, Goa is just as much a haven for vegetarians as it is for non-vegetarian foodies.
A place of scenic beauty marked by serenity and tranquillity - it’s a great way to describe most of the beaches in South Goa. Along with the beaches, the district also has some of the best hotels in South Goa.
People head to Goa to relax, unwind and escape the stress of daily life. Spoiling oneself with a spa treatment or two is one of the best ways to do this. If you too are looking to rid yourself of the tension and the stress, why not look beyond the regular spa in Goa, and try Ayurvedic treatments?
As they say, the best way to experience a place is through its local cuisine. The same applies to Goa. During your time in the state, you can sample the most exquisite seafood, tasty meat preparations and exciting vegetarian food at the restaurants in Goa. However, if you have cravings for a Biryani, or pasta or even Noodles, you need to head to The Restaurant at The Leela Goa.