Goa

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Built from local red stone around the turn of the 17th century, the tomb took the Florentine sculptor Giovanni Batista Foggini 10 years to complete. — Fodor's
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Quiet, calm and almost entirely hawker-free, making it easy to find a quiet spot all to yourself. — Lonely Planet
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If you're looking for swinging nightlife, this is not the beach for you, but it is worth a visit for those seeking relaxation, or perhaps some dolphin spotting. — Fodor's
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This quiet hideaway in North Goa has the advantage of not being a popular destination on the tourist trail, which is why it's a top pick for honeymooners and for couples looking for a quiet getaway. — Fodor's
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Best known as a home to Olive Ridley sea turtles, serene Morjim Beach is popular with those keen to see a nesting site of the species. — Fodor's
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Fort Aguada was built in 1612 and named for the natural springs that supplied not only the fort but also passing ships. Surrounded by wild grass, the fort is in excellent condition. — Fodor's
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That said, it’s a reasonable enough place to relax on the sands, with a lifeguard present and plenty of sunbed-equipped beach shacks lining the stretch to the north of the main beach entrance. — Lonely Planet
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Palolem – despite the development that has seen an unbroken string of beach shacks and huts spring forth from one end to the other – remains a beautiful beach. — Lonely Planet
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