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Goa is ready for an Instagram, due to its sun-kissed beaches, thrilling water sports, seafood huts, age-old monuments, magnificent Portuguese architecture, wonderfully built churches and churches, vibrant flea markets, serene sunsets and sunrises , And a lively seaside club. In fact, any place in Goa, when captured on camera, can tell a lot. Here are the most Instagrammable spots in the region.

Calangute Beach

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Goa's Calangute Beach | © Paulthy/Flickr

For its burning nightlife, vibrant flea market, water activities and authentic Goan cuisine, Calangute Beach is undoubtedly the Queen of Beaches'.

Baga Beach

Foot tapping music, beach shake, seafood cuisine, majestic sea waves and water sports - Baga Beach offers a complete beach experience.
Anjuna Flea Market Market, at the planned location near Anjuna Beach, Anjuna Flea Market is open only on Wednesday and has a range of stalls, which include jewelery, clothing, electronic equipment, food items and more.
Basilica of Bom JesusChurchSharedown to Plan

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The Basilica Of Bom Jesus | © Ramesh Lalwani/ Flickr

One of the most famous and oldest churches in Goa is the Basilica of Bom Jesus, which was built in the 16th century. Its baroque architecture is one of the finest designs you will ever see. This church, which holds the sacred relics of St. Francis Xavier, is super photogenic both inside and out.

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Panjim's famous church landmark | © Koshy Koshy/Flickr

Standing on a hilltop, Our Lady of the Immaculate Concept Church is a beautiful structure with zigzag steps leading to the prayer hall and a large bell on its roof, making it a very Instagramable locale!

Vagator Beach

Vagator beach is known for its serene atmosphere and scenic beauty. It is cozy and comfortable, perfect for a leisurely stroll and to enjoy the surrounding natural beauty.

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Aguada Fort | © Paulthy/Flickr

Strategically located at the confluence of the Arabian Sea and the Mandovi River, Fort Aguada includes a 19th-century lighthouse and prison.

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach captivates tourists with its unique natural beauty, unusual rock formations, trance music and full moon beach parties.

Aguada Beach

With a vast expanse of golden sand and stunning views of the impressive fort Aguada, Aguada Beach holds the power to completely mesmerize you.

Arambol Beach

Arambol Beach is known for its quiet and serene atmosphere and is a popular family friendly destination.
Mapusa MarketMarketShareAdd to PlanOpen Every day, Mapusa Market is a bustling market where you can buy everything from fresh spices and locally grown fresh fruits to goods and clothes.


Saturday Night Market is paired between Anjuna Beach and Baga Beach on Anpora Hill, Saturday Night Market is a haven for shoppers, food and entertainment enthusiasts. From food items and local spices to designer clothes, accessories and vintage items, you'll find everything here. Live concerts and performances add to the lively experience.

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Chapora Fort, Goa | © Os Rúpias/Flickr

Called as Dil Chahta Hai point, the Chapora Fort is an old ruins fort that offers attractive views as far as the eyes can see.