Goa, India’s smallest state, is located on the Konkan coast in the west. It’s surrounded by Maharashtra in the north, Karnataka in the south and east, and the sapphire-blue Arabian Sea to the west. Goa’s architecture, culture, and cuisine reflect its rich history with the Portuguese and this, along with its rich biodiversity, attracts lakhs of tourists here every year. Goa’s economy is fueled by its tourism and agriculture making it one of India’s richest states. Goa is well connected to the rest of the country by road, rail and air. The state’s public transport consists of both private and government-run buses. Margao Station is Goa’s main railway hub, while the Goa International Airport, also known as the Dabolim Airport caters to both domestic and international flights. Goa has a number of accommodation options to cater to the needs of different travellers. The best way to experience this tourist spot is by staying in self-contained resorts. Most beach resorts in Goa cater to all your wants, including food, drink, entertainment, sport and shopping within the property. They come with amenities like a swimming pool, an in-house restaurant and bar, and a recreation room. You will also have access to a host of hotel-like amenities to keep you comfortable. There are expensive, as well as budget resorts in Goa, where you can taste the local cuisine while enjoying the sights around you. Explore the city by visiting popular landmarks like the Basilica of Bom Jesus, St. Alex Church, Fort Aguada, Morjim, Goa State Museum, Menezes Braganza House, and the Beaches of North Goa. Pick up your souvenirs at the night markets at Anjuna and Arpora and the Mapusa Night Market. Popular Treebo Resort in Goa - Treebo Martins Siesta.
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