1 Old Goa
The belfries and Baroque church facades looming over the trees on the banks of the Mandovi are all that remains of this once splendid colonial city.
2 Beach shacks
Tuck into a fresh kingfish, lobster or tandoori pomfret, washed down with an ice-cold beer.
3 Night market, Arpora
Cooler and less frenetic than the flea market, with appealing goods on sale and a fun atmosphere.
4 Flea market, Anjuna
Goa’s famous tourist bazaar is the place to pick up the latest party gear, shop for souvenirs and watch the crowds go by.
The hippiest spot on the north Goan coast to swim, fine dine and dance under the stars.
6 Palacio do Deão
An extravagant, painstakingly restored colonial-era mansion in south Goa, where you can eat lunch on a leafy garden terrace.
7 Sunset stroll, Palolem
Tropical sunsets don’t come much more romantic than at this idyllic palm-fringed cove in the hilly deep south.