Majorda Beach

Located in South Goa, Majorda Beach is one of the prettiest beaches of Goa. Geographically, this beach lies amidst Utorda Beach and Betalbatim Beach. Featuring a blend of peace and tranquillity, the golden sands and tall swaying palms symbolize the authenticity of this beach.
The moment you start walking towards the waterfront, you will find the golden sand drifting slowly towards the sea.

Monte Hill

Monte Hill is a small hill between Holy Spirit Church & Margao City.It is also known as Moti Dongri. The prime attraction of this hill is the Chapel of Calcada de Nossa Senhora de Piedade, which is popularly known as Our Lady of Mercy. ...
This is an attraction for nature lovers and hill climbers.

Shri Chandranath Temple

Shri Chandranath is located on the top of a 350m high hill of Chandranath, Paroda in Quepem. The main Deity is Lord Chandreshwar. ... They had named their capital Chandrapur after the deity.
The temple has the famous Shiva Linga, which was supposed to ooze water with the touch of moonlight.

Utorda Beach

Utorda is a small beach in South Goa, 15.1 kilometers from Vasco da Gama via the NH566 and MDR43. It is just north of the more famous Majorda beach, so there are few people here, even in the peak season.
Uttorda is a clean and quiet stretch of sand. There are some beautiful shacks where you can sit back and relax, and enjoy your drinks. Sunbeds and umbrellas are free. Uttorda is a very relaxing place.

St John The Baptist Church

St. John the Baptist Church, Benaulim, Goa is called ‘Sao Joao Baptista Igreja em Benaulim, Goa’ in Portuguese. The St.John the Baptist Church, Benaulim was originally founded by the Jesuits in Colva in 1581; but due to marshy conditions of the place, the church was transferred to Monte Hill of Benaulim in 1596.
The St.John the Baptist Church, Benaulim served the villages of Benaulim, Colva and Seraulim. Soon after 1596, the present St.John the Baptist Church, Benaulim was built in the ward that was later called ‘Povoacao’.

Goa Chitra

The Goa Chitra is an ethnographic museum based in the former Portuguese colony of Goa. It has a large collection—over 4000 artefacts —focusing on Goa's traditional agrarian technology and lifestyle.
Goa Chitra is based in the coastal Goan village of Benaulim