Travel Attractions in Margao

Travel attractions in Margao form an integral part of the tourism industry of the city. Colva Beach, Monte Church, The Stately Church of the Holy Spirit and Sat Burzam Ghor are some of the major travel attractions of Margao that attracts tourists from the different parts of the world.

Given below are some of the travel attractions of Margoa:

  • Monte Church – Monte Church is located on Monte hill. It is a small chapel that remains locked most of the year. Yet it is noteworthy that the church provides a kaleidoscopic view of the beautiful city of Margao.

  • The State Church of the Holy Spirit – The State Church of the Holy Spirit is situated at the center of a colonial enclave. It was built in 1675 by the Portuguese and is known to be one of the best examples of late-Baroque architecture.

  • Colva Beach – Colva Beach is known for its picturesque beauty. People from the different parts of the country come to relax in the beach. It also attracts many foreign tourists. It is noteworthy that the popularity of the beach is multiplying with the growth of hotels in the region. Moreover, the beach possesses a number of shacks that sell authentic Goan cuisine. Tourists can also get a taste of innovative cocktails at these shacks.

  • Sat Burzam Ghor – Sat Burzom Ghor is among the important tourist sites of the city. It is a magnificent mansion which was constructed by the Portuguese. It is remarkable that although the mansion has broken; yet it presents the grandeur of its architecture.

Last Updated on 20 September 2011



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