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Colva is a coastal village in South Goa situated 40 km (25 mi) from the state’s capital Panaji. Colva’s beach stretches for about 2.5 km (1.5 mi) and is a part of 25 km sandy broad beach extending from Bogmalo to Cabo de Rama. The village was a popular retreat destination for Portuguese society. Today it has many ruins of mansions and and villas from colonial era and white washed churches on the inland roads. The Church of Our Lady Of Mercy was founded in 1630 (rebuilt in the 18th century) and is famous for its miracle statue of Menino Jesus. The infrastructure is expanding and the village has modern amenities like air-conditioned resort complexes, tourist cottages, eateries, guest houses, etc. At the end of Colva Beach starts Benaulim which is basically a fishing beach, known for its calm and peaceful environment and offering more accommodation for backpackers.

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