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Doctor Afonso Road

Doctor Afonso Road, Calangute is a census town with a permanent population of approximately 16,000 in North Goa, in the state of Goa, India. It is famous for its beach, the largest in north Goa, visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike.

Calangute Beach

The Calangute Beach of Goa is one of the popular beaches in Goa and is often known as the “Queen of the Beaches”. It is a perfect getaway for the hippies and the best time to visit this beach is between November to March. The Calanguate beach portrays a perfect environment of the local Goan culture and it is said that the beach was discovered by the hippies themselves in the early 60s.Located 15 kms from Panjim, the Calangute beach in Goa boasts of an enthralling nightlife that continues till dawn. There are countless shacks serving the local flavour of Goa which includes Feni and sea foods. Nonetheless, one can even grab a chilled beer to energize oneself for the nightlife. Thus, the Calangute Beach can well be considered as one of the most happening places of Goa pulling in tourists from all over the world.The Calangute Beach also offers several thrilling activities like parasailing and motor boating. Down the shore, arrays numerous shops exhibiting handcraft items and foods can be spotted. During summers, the beach also hosts several art exhibitions organized by the Kerkar Art Complex.The closest railway station to Baga Beach is Thivim and the Dabolim Airport is approximately 50 kms away. And the nearest airport is located at Panjim.

Primo Bom Road

Primo Bom Road is located near river, within 1 mi (2 km) of Calangute Market and Baga Beach. Calangute Beach and Baga Night Market are also within 2 mi (3 km).

Titos Street

Located in Calangute, the Tito’s line is one of the popular and happening location in Goa. Its home to some of the most popular night clubs called the Tito’s and the Mambo.Founded in 1971 by Tito’s, the pub is synonymous with Goa's nightlife. The entire lane in Baga, where the pub is located is popularly called Tito lane. Any particular night in Tito lane, you would come across huge queues outside the Tito Pub and restaurant, due to its great ambiance and a great selection of DJ's.Titos nightclub is one of the top things to do in Goa for most tourists.With a great selection of Indian and international DJ's setting the dance stage on fire and great food and drinks on offer, Tito's has set in stone its position of being one of the landmark nightclubs in Goa. Located just 18 km from Goa's capital city Panaji, the nightclub is easily accessible by both public and private transport. Tito's in recent years has expanded from being just a nightclub to now running its own open-air restaurant called The Courtyard and a new cafe called Mambo Cafe. Tito's nightclub also offers the opportunity to host private parties on its first floor which is entirely devoted to private parties.

Candolim Beach

The Candolim Beach is one of the most happening and frequented beaches in Goa that is also one of the longest beaches in the state. Nonetheless the Candolim Beach is also famous for hosting India’s biggest electronic music dance festival, the Sunburn Festival, which is organized by Percept, an Entertainment, Media and Communications conglomerate. The Sunburn Festival is organized every year in the month of December.The Candolim Beach in Goa offers a peaceful environment but it also indulges tourists with many beach and water sport activities like snorkeling, fishing, and diving. Moreover there are many shaft bars that offer the local taste of Goa. Tourists can stop at a small taverna (bar) for a drink of feni - a locally brewed drink made from cashew or coconut.Overlooking the Candolim Beach, the Aguada Fort is one of the major places to visit in Goa. In addition the Calangute Beach is also a nearby and popular attraction. The Candolim Beach also offers many spa, resorts and homestays where one can spend an ideal and rejuvenating beach holiday.The Candolim Beach in Goa is easy to reach. Daily buses ply from Panjim, Calangute and Mapusa.

Anjuna market

Anjuna market is a weekly wednesday only market. Its started as a “Hippie exchange” of commodities, it is now a full-fledged market. Held from 9.00 AM to 6.00 PM every Wednesday, Anjuna Market is one of the most famous and sought after flea markets in Goa.Nowadays things are far more mainstream and the merchandise comes from all over India: sculptures and jewellery courtesy of the Tibetan and Kashmiri traders; colourful Gujarati tribal women selling T-shirts; richly colourful saris, bags and bedspreads from Rajasthan; sacks of spices from Kerala; and the hard-to-miss bejewelled tribal girls from Karnataka pleading passers-by to ‘come look in my shop’. Weaving in among this syrupy blend of stalls are the remaining hippies, backpackers, weekenders from Mumbai, and bus- and taxi-loads of package tourists from Russia and Europe. Such purchasing power has inevitably pushed market prices up but with plenty of competition you can still find some good bargains if you know the right price. These days the market sprawls back from the beach to the entrance road in the paddy fields; the endless stalls can become repetitive after a while. For a rest from the shopping there are chai stalls and a couple of restaurant-bars with live music. Cafe Looda has a fabulous sunset beachfront location and live music from 5pm, while Seabreeze packs them in with live music in the afternoon.. You might still find Westerners trading goods and services (tattoos, piercings and the like) but it’s much more a souvenir market. Despite changes over the years, the market shows no sign of waning in popularity, so dive in and enjoy the ride. The best time to visit is early (from 8am) or late afternoon (around 4pm till close just after sunset). The first market of the season is around mid-November, continuing till the end of April.

Fort agoda

Aguada Fort was built to guard and defend the Portuguese stronghold in Goa against the Maratha and Dutch invaders.Built in 17th-century by the Portuguese, fort Aguada was built looking out at the confluence of Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea. The crumbling ramparts of the fort stand on the Sinquerim Beach, approximately 18 km from Panjim. The highlight of the fort is a lone four-storey lighthouse (which is one-of-its-kind in Asia )and a stunning view of the sunset.Built-in 1612 as a protection from Dutch and Marathas, Fort Aguada was the most prized and crucial fort for the Portuguese and covers the entire peninsula at the southwestern tip of Bardez. The fort is so named after the Portuguese Word for water i.e. 'Agua' and used to be a replenishing source of freshwater for sailors. In fact, it has the capacity to hold 2,376,000 gallons of water and was one of the biggest freshwater reservoirs of Asia. Fort Aguada has also been used as Aguada jail. A statue in front of the jail salutes the freedom fighters, giving the fort a touch of patriotism.  

Cruise in goa

Cruise in Goa allows one to explore the exotic scenery, pristine waters and marvel the breathtaking view of the sunset. This is one of few places from where you can take the cruise in India. There are several types of cruises in Goa ranging from simple evening cruises, elaborate and romantic dinner cruises, backwater cruises, and casino cruises. All of these usually originate from Miramar Beach in Panjim. There are also a number of Cruises hosting casino if one were to try it out.Several Goa cruises also offer dinner options along with guaranteed fun and entertainment activities are carried through the day depending upon the daytime, sunset and moonlight. Booking a cruise getaway in Goa is fairly simple as a number of them also offer online booking options. Depending on your requirements and time that you want to spend on the boats, you can choose a package that suits you the best. Its suitable for all kind of segments be it bachelors or family..