Calangute was, long ago, the place to which well-heeled Goan townsfolk would retreat to escape the oppressive heat of the pre-monsoon hinterlands, and later became Goa’s first heady ‘60s hippie-hangout hot spot. Rather more sophisticated, Calangute’s southern beach is, in contrast, more relaxed and upscale. Its sands are quieter (though by no means deserted), its restaurants are fancier, and its pace altogether more relaxed. The south’s the place for sundowners, shopping and sumptuous dinners, away from the tourist tat a tad further north.
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Travellers' most favored destinations from Goa in 2019