Salcette is a district which is located in South Goa. It consist sixty six villages and ergo derives its name from the same. It’s an fascinating place with enormous beaches, church, fort, and other places to visit. This prodigious land is packed with sardines with awe-inspiring nature.
Land of Pacific Beaches
Salcette is blessed with enormous beaches. Tourists who seek peace and solitude can reside at this land. Globetrotters from all around the world find this place more soothing. This mysterious land offers peace of mind. One will find array of beaches here such as Uttorda beach, Benaulim beach, Varca beach, Betul beach, Colva beach, Mobor beach and many more. Being far off from city life, Salcette has preserved its uniqueness. It reveals Goa’s tranquil side. All beaches are clean and worth being. Tourists seeking peace will love being here.
Apart from beaches, Salcette has many other wonderful tourist attractions. Rachol Fort and The Church of the Holy Spirit are the conspicuous tourists’ spots. Other worth visiting place includes Abyss Marine Aquarium, Ancestral Goa Museum, Chandeshwar Temple, Igreja de Nosso Senhora de Piedadem, Menezes Braganza house in Chandor and Vintage Car Museum.
There are various restaurants that serve International cuisine in Salcette. Cavatina, Fish ka Bar N Restaurant, Dom’s Beach Shack, The Blue Lagoon, Greenland’s, etc. are some of the restaurants serving delicious International dishes. For Indian food visit Chef Fernando’s Nostalgia, Alex’s Place Garden Restaurant, Casa Nostra Restaurant, Papa Joe’s and my more.
Salcette is an enigmatic place that lets you breathe hassle free serenity. Away from disturbance of city life, Salcette offers endless unclouded contentment to visitors. Visiting between October and March is an ideal time. This sober pace is highly recommended to all in one. Even honeymooners can plan their sortie at Salcette which gives ample of space and privacy to them.
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