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Goa is India’s smallest state, lying on the west coast, where idyllic beaches are scattered amongst coconut groves and faded Portuguese forts. Goa was until 1961 a Portuguese colony and to this day retains its distinctive laid back Portuguese character. It is a vibrant beach destination and one time hippy hangout, nowadays they’ve been replaced by a new generation of artists and designers as well as Mumbai’s well heeled. The South of Goa is less developed, and more relaxed than the bustling towns of North Goa. The tranquil and often almost completely deserted beaches of the South offer a laid-back charm and are relatively untouched by mass tourism, South Goa’s beaches are lined with sleepy fishing villages, grand colonial houses and verdant farmlands.

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