Margao or Margão (Konkani: [mɔɽɡãːw], Portuguese: [maɾˈgɐ̃w] ( listen)) or Madagav is the second largest city by population, and the commercial and cultural capital of the Indian state of Goa. It is the administrative headquarters of Salcete sub-district and South Goa district.
Restaurants in Margao
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4.5 based on 79 reviews
This is a very church in Margao offering a wonderful ambiance to worship. Beautiful architecture and peaceful ambiance makes this place worth a visit.
5 based on 96 reviews
Thank you zorro for the fantastic service, me and my husband are really pleased with the rings we bought you designed them exactly like we wanted. It was our first visit too goa and really enjoyed hope too return next year and we will be back too see you.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Varca beach we visited during our stay at CM Varca resort. A quiet beach in south goa, good for family. It doesnt have too many prying eyes around. There are water sports activity here as well. My daughter did para sailing as well, collected a lot of shells. We visited the beach multiple times during our stay. All in all a must visit for me .. for sure.
4.5 based on 393 reviews
This is the best South Goa beach after Majorda beach which is our ever favorite for Quietness and Cleanliness.
Majorda Beach Resort is situated over here. It will be a 4 or 5 Star Hotel.
Enjoyed some of the Best Seafood at Joet's Bar and Restaurant bang on the northern side of Bogmalo beach.
4.5 based on 581 reviews
Uttorda beach is one of the nice and quiet beach that is not over crowded and commercialized. There is a parking available and lots of resturants in tbe surrounding like Zeebop, Island view, Wens Den shack etc.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
The beach shack has been taken over by new people. The drinks are well priced and the food is delicious. They also now offer a few sun beds and umbrellas. There is a toilet but remember your hand sanitiser!
4.5 based on 226 reviews
Betalbatim Beach was less than 100 M from Nanu's Ressort where we stayed..
The Beach is very clean, with a large strip of sand that is over 1 Km in length.
Probably because it is lesser known than other Beaches like Colva, there was not much crowd on the beach.
We had the beach practically to ourselves in the mornings - so we walked, jogged, swam as we liked.
We were at the beach in the evening also to watch the brilliant sun set.
It was good to that they had a manned-life guard station. The Life Guard was quite active and alert - he did not loll around in the cabin..
Very glad that we chose to stay so close to Betalbatim Beach as we could visit whenever we wanted during the 3 day stay in Goa.
4 based on 248 reviews
Thought we really should tear ourselves off the beach for a day and visited Margao for the day, pretty normal Indian market selling near enough anything and everything but the prices are pretty high compared to nearly everywhere else in India. Good way to kill a day.
4.5 based on 292 reviews
Wonderful golden sands stretching for miles and the warm sea to swim in. On several days the sea was very choppy - due to the tail end of a cyclone but, there were life guards on the beach who placed the relevant coloured flag to say whether it was safe to swim or not.
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