1. Fort agauda: Fort Aguada and its lighthouse is a well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort standing in Goa. 2. Chapora fort: Chapora Fort, located in Bardez, Goa, rises high above the Chapora River. Before the Portuguese arrived in Goa in 1510, this location was the site of another fort. The fort changed hands several times after Portuguese acquired Bardez 3. Calangute Beach: It is named as “queen of beaches” by many tourists. Shopaholics—big showrooms of graceful handicrafts from Indonesia, Tibet and Kashmir are lined up on the main road alongside the beach. 4. Baga beach: Baga a seaside town in Bardez, Goa, India. It comes under the jurisdiction of Calangute, which is 2km south. Baga is known for its popular beach and Baga Creek. It is visited by thousands of tourists annually. 5. Candolim Beach: There are no shops, restaurants or any commercial activity. It is a calm and peaceful beach with pacific water. Scrubs covered dunes at the back is the major attraction.