Away from the bustling, always-partying North Goa is the more serene and less crowded district of South Goa. This part of the state has fewer bars and restaurants, but it does offer cleaner and less crowded beaches than the North. The Dabolim Airport is about 57 km from the heart of South Goa, while the Madgaon Railway Station is about 33 km from the heart of the district. South Goa boasts of localities such as Margao, Colva, Patnem, Palolem, Agonda, and Benaulim. If you prefer peace and quiet, you’ll find that South Goa Hotels have a lot more to offer than hotels in the North. If you’re on the lookout for affordable accommodation, there are a number of 2-star, 3-star, and budget hotels in South Goa. If you are willing on spending a little more, you can opt for a posh serviced apartment, guest house or beach resort. If you’re looking for the best hotels in South Goa to suit your budget, why not choose a Treebo Hotel in the area. With Treebo you can expect to find cool, comfortable rooms and excellent service. A few places to visit while you’re in South Goa include the old churches and convents of South Goa, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Shri Manguesh Temple, Dudhsagar Falls, Braganza House, Mahadeva Temple, St. Andrew’s Church, Palacio de Deao, Cabo De Rama Fort, Fernandes House, Three King’s Chapel, and Bigfoot Cross Museum. To sample the best of Goan food head to eateries and restaurants like Little World, Fatima’s Corner, Ourem 88, Zeebop by the Sea, the Roadhouse Bar and Grill, Martin’s Corner, Zest, Cavatina Cucina, Mike’s Place, Fish Ka, and Octima Restaurant. Popular Treebo in South Goa – Treebo Sea Coin.
Name a few churches that are worth visiting in South Goa.
Asked by Remya, 13-02-2018
The Three Kings Chapel in Cansaulim, Our Lady of Hope Church in Chinchinim, Our Lady of Merces church in Colva and St. Francis Xavier Church in Borim are the ones we'd recommend you to a pay a visit to.
Response by Treebo Goa Team, 14-02-2018