ITC Grand

The ITC Grand resort is just 3 minutes from The Village Inn.

1.6 km from The Village Inn

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The UTORDA Beach is set in the south of Goa and is one of the cleanest beaches I have ever seen. Being located in South Goa the beach is not at all crowded.
6.6km from The Village Inn

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The Three Kings Chapel in Goa has long been a favourite tourist destination in both India and Goa.

A modest church in Cansaulim offers picture-perfect vistas of South Goa, from fields covered in greenery to little coconut trees dotting the streets below. You might also be familiar with the chapel from the wedding scene in the Goa-heavy movie “Finding Fanny.”

42.2 km from The Village Inn

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The agonda fortwas originally constructed in 1612 to guard against the Dutch. It was a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time. This old Portuguese fort stands on the beach south of Candolim, at the shore of the Mandovi River. It was initially tasked with defense of shipping and the nearby Bardez sub-district.

9.8 km from The Village Inn

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The Ancestral Goa museum is one of the most innovative museums that you will ever come across. Comprising over a wide area, this museum contains numerous places to see and interesting activities to do that will keep you entertained all day long. All the sights that you witness here are quite diverse, with products from local as well as national fame.
26.2 km from The Village Inn


Old Goa is one of the famous church’s in Goa which was built in 15th Centuary in portuguese time. World Heritage site where the mortal remains of the revered Patron Saint of Goa Saint Francis Xavier lie in a casket behind the altar. Its beautifully constructed with red stone.

37.8 km from The Village Inn

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Cabo De Rama

Cabo de Rama Beach, also known among local citizens as Cab de Ram, is a beautiful wild beach in the south of Goa. Locals consider the Beach to be one of the most beautiful places in the country. It is situated at the distance of 28 km. from Margao, 19 km from Agonda beach and 2 km from Cabo de Rama Fort.

9.8 km from The Village Inn

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Birla Mandir is located outside the BITS Pilani campus in Sancoale at a merely 15mns drive from the Dabolim International Airport. BITS Pilani is nothing short of amazing, and with Birla Mandir adding on to the list, it would simply add more charm. The inauguration took place on 4th May 23. It’s  become a hot spot not just for the locals but tourists as well. The temple is an exemplary example of marvelous architecture, which took into account the smallest of the carving details.

31.2 km from The Village Inn

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With a history of more than 450 years, Sri Mangeshi Temple in Goa is one of the largest and most visited shrines in this land of sea and sun. It is dedicated to Lord Mangesh, an incarnation of Lord Shiva, who is worshipped as a linga here. The temple architecture is an enticing sight of balustrades, domes, and columns. A magnificent water tank is part of the temple complex. At the entrance, you will come across a seven-story octagonal deep stambha or lamp tower. Constructed in Goan temple architecture style, this majestic tower becomes a sight to behold when lit with oil lamps during festive nights.

7.8 km from The Village Inn

Source – Shree Mahalasa Narayani Devalaya


The temple of Goddess Mahalasa had been on the plateau of Verna village in Salcette taluka from ancient times long before the advent of the Portuguese rule in this part of Goa.

Its mythological reference is found in Skanda Purana. It is the largest of all Puranas and is believed to have been written between seventh and ninth century CE. In this Purana, there are two adhyayas (chapters) entitled “Varunapur Mahatmya” and the legend of Shri Mahalasa of Varyenapur is narrated in these two adhyayas.

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