The Indian state of Goa is the Asian “Ibiza”, a place of relaxed relaxation, night parties, freedom and a sense of incessant celebration. Some foreigners are so inspired by this atmosphere that they move to Goa for good. They can be seen on the coast of the beaches of Arambol and Palolem, meditating on the sunset and engaged in blissful “doing nothing”.
But the rest should not be limited only to the beach and parties. There are a lot of bright sights of the colonial era in the state, there are charming towns with Portuguese-style architecture. Old Goa is included in the UNESCO list and is a must-visit. Goa also has several picturesque nature reserves. A walk through the traditional markets, where interesting souvenirs and crafts of local craftsmen are sold, can diversify your vacation.