STRETCH OUT ON THE BEAUTIFUL BEACHES OF GOA
Only a 10-minute walk from the Radisson Blu Resort, Cavelossim Beach is bordered by coconut trees and rice fields and features a tranquil atmosphere with white sand that glitters in the sunlight. Guests who prefer to be on the water may enjoy traveling a little north to Colva Beach, which features thrilling water activities. Searching for historic things to do? Sights like the Shri Mangeshi Temple and the Basilica of Bom Jesus are also within driving distance of the resort if patrons are interested in exploring the history of Goa.
- Colva Beach - 14 km
Often a lively place, Colva Beach is a great spot for those who love water sport activities, such as parasailing and jet skiing.
- Margao - 15 km
Spend the day exploring the fragrant market and beautiful churches in this charming city.
- Shri Mangeshi Temple - 32 km
Considered one of the most important temples in Goa, this 400-year-old structure was dedicated to Lord Shiva at Priol.
- Palolem Beach - 33 km
Lined with verdant palms that shade the back sands, Palolem Beach is one of the most serene waterfronts in south Goa.
- Canacona - 34 km
Located an hour’s drive from the resort, this intricately carved, wooden temple of Lord Shiva is a breathtaking sight.
- Basilica of Bom Jesus - 45 km
The resting place of St. Francis Xavier, the Basilica of Bom Jesus is a beautiful example of Jesuit architecture and dates back to the late 1500s.
- Goa State Museum - 45 km
Learn more about the history of Goa at this museum, featuring paintings, sculptures and bronzes.
- Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church - 46 km
Situated in Goa’s capital, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church is a beautiful Portuguese-Baroque style structure with a striking white facade.
- Dudhsagar Waterfalls - 57 km
Breathtaking during the monsoon season, the Dudhsagar Falls are one of the most popular sites in Goa and offer the opportunity for swimming.
- Calangute Beach - 58 km
Located in north Goa, Calangute Beach is surrounded by palm and coconut trees and stretches over six kilometers along the Arabian Sea.
- Fort Aguada - 58 km
This fort dates back to the early 1600s and was originally built to protect the city by controlling entry to the River Mandovi.