About South Goa
Goa is synonymous with beaches and has a chilled-out vibe. In fact, South Goa is the most popular beach destination in India. North Goa is popular for music and beaches, but South Goa is equally popular. Have you been to South Goa yet? It is the best place if you are seeking a serene time. Far away from the hustle-bustle, it will help you relax in the tranquillity of nature.
The rustic charm and lazy ambience of South Goa will surely take your heart. You can book a bungalow in South Goa for weekends. If you are planning a trip with your friends, you can also book a farmhouse in South Goa. Homestays in South Goa will offer complete solitude if you want to rejuvenate and relax all by yourself. You can also have some ‘me’ time in South Goa with so many options to explore. A great vibe awaits you here.
The Ideal Location and Season
South Goa is a more laid-back place as compared to North Goa. The exotic beaches and quaint villages make it an ideal destination to kick back and relax. It has a surreal feeling if you are planning a romantic escape with your partner. Portugal style architecture is surely pleasing to the eyes. The place has an intoxicating feel to it where you can explore a lot.
Mid-November is the best time to visit Goa. The climate is pleasant, as it is not too hot or cold during this time. Also, December is the most popular season for visiting Goa because of Christmas vibe and cheer. You can also visit South Goa in monsoons if you want to enjoy the scenic landscapes and beauty of beaches.
If you want to enjoy adventure, then summertime is the best time to visit Goa. You can enjoy a host of adventure activities during the summer season. Goa is a go-to place for every season as it is a delight for every tourist.
Goan cuisine is a blend of different cultures. You’ll see an influence of African, Portuguese, French, Konkan, and Malabar in the Goan food. Goa cuisine offers good options for veg and non-veg fare. For veg, Saraswat and South Indian delicacies are famous. For Non-vegetarians, seafood is famous. Tamarind and kokum are mostly used in dishes that give it a tangy flavour.
White vinegar is another popular ingredient that is used in Goan cuisine. South Goa is famous for its seafood. You can enjoy a good variety of prawns, crabs, oysters, ladyfish, and clams in South Goa. Meats and pork are also a staple food of Goa. You can savour a variety of dishes when in South Goa, you’ll enjoy the feast for sure. You can also opt for a homestay in South Goa if you want to relish traditional Goan fare.
Colva is the most popular white sand beach in South Goa where you can have a great time with your loved ones. Its located about 6 km away from Margao (Madgaon). If you want to explore the rustic life of South Goa, then you must visit the small place called Vasco Da Gama. It offers snorkelling activity that attracts tourists to this place. Cavelossim coastline along the South Goa stretch is also pretty. You can watch the amazing sunset from this place, as the vibe is surreal and serene.
If you want to spend some quiet time on a beach shack, then head to Majorda. It is a quiet beach where you can bask in the glory of the sun and also have a great time savouring the local delicacies. Loutolim is a place that’ll give you an insight into the historical architecture of South Goa. You can also visit Agonda for spending some great time with your family or friends. You can enjoy fun beach activities at this place.
If you are planning a trip to South Goa, then plan around November or December. You can book luxury villas in South Goa if you want to get a great taste of luxury amidst the beauty of beaches. You can also book a bungalow on rent in South Goa if you are visiting the place with your family.