Big Foot :
Ancestral Goa museum, also known as Big Foot in Loutolim is around 10 km from Margao. This open-air museum-cum-parkland covers an area of about 9 acres and is the first of its kind in India. The museum showcases large life size statues and structures depicting culture and tradition of rural Goa around 200 years old.
Fort Aguada :
The grand fort of Aguada was constructed in 1612 in order to prevent the entry of ships into the river Mandovi thus protecting old Goa from enemy attacks. Located at a distance of around 22 km from Bardez, Fort Aguada boasts of the first ever light house in Asia.
The Secretariat :
The Secretariat in Panaji, located along the riverside is one of the most striking monuments in Goa. Considered one of Goa’s oldest buildings, the Secreteriat houses Goa’s state legislative assembly.
Vagator Beach :
The Vagator beach has something, which very few beaches can boast of - its beautiful silver sandy stretch has huge red cliffs overlooking it. These imposing stalwarts also ooze out two fresh bubbling springs just near the shore making for a spectacular sight.
Dona Paula Beach :
Dona Paula de Menzes was the daughter of a Portuguese Governor of Goa who fell head over heels for a local fisherman hunk Gasper Dias. However, fate had decided otherwise and the lovers had to seek solace in death through the vast stretch of engulfing sea. The beach has many legends attached to it and one has it that Dona Paula still emerges out on full moon nights wearing only a pearl necklace.