The former Portuguese settlement of Goa had been associated with backpacker tourism and low budget hotels for years, but with a new generation of enthusiastic artists, chefs and hoteliers moving in, Goa is gaining reputation as a stylish travel destination nowadays. The impact of the Portuguese colonial rule is evident in the unique architecture, as well as the west-meets-east type of cuisine. With more than 100 kilometres of coastline, Goa has white sands, sparkling waters and lush hillsides that offer a serene and sunny experience to the visitor. Anjuna, Baga, Calangute and Colva are among its beaches that would make the beach bums happy. Beach, South Goa is quieter and ideal for relaxation, while North Goa provides more variety for shopaholics and nightlife seekers. Those who would like to have a taste of the traditional Goan hospitality might stay at one of the elegantly restored colonial mansion-hotels, or try Ayurvedic treatments offered in many hotels and holistic centers around.  

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