Se Cathedral : This is one of the largest church in Goa.This church was built for the Dominicans from the funds released by Royal treasury by sale of crown property. The building style is Portuguese-Gothic with a Tuscan exterior and Corinthian interior. There were two tower one of which collapsed in 1776. The other claims of having the 'Golden Bell' of Goa which is the largest bell in Goa. The sound of the bell has given the name golden bell. The main altar is dedicated to St. Catherine and walls are painted with the scenes from the life of Catherine.

Church of Saint Francis of Assisi : This church is the most interesting building in Old Goa. It contains the gilded and carved wood work, old murals depicting scenes from the life of St. Francis, and a floor substantially made of carved gravestones.The building was built in 1661 on a place where the Franciscans built a small chapel which was pulled down.The convent at back of the Church has been converted into an Archaeological museum. This museum has a rich collection of Portraits of Portuguese viceroys, fragments of sculpture from Hindu sites, Vetal images from the animist cult which flourished in this part of India.

Saint Cajetan Church :  This church was build by the Theatines who were sent by Pope Urban III to preach Christianity in Golconda. These people were not allowed in Golconda so they settled in Goa. Here they build a church on the model of St. Peter's in Rome.

Church of Our Lady Rosary : This church is one of the oldest Churches in Goa. Nunnery of Saint Monica - Once known as the Royal monastery, this three storey was built in 1627 and was burnt down nine years later.

Saint Augustine Tower : This initially was a church built by the Augustine Friars but was abandoned in the 19 th century due to repressive policies of Portuguese. Today only the Belltower remains intact. Some more remnants are covered by weeds and creepers which have made the access to these place impossible.

Reis Magos Church, Verem, Bardez : This church was used as a residence for the dignitaries. It is dedicated to three Magi kings- Gasper, Melchior and Balthazar.

The Church of Mae de Deus, Saligao, Bardez : This church is a fine example of Gothic art. It is located in a picturesque surroundings,. The church has the statue of Mother of God which was brought from the convent at old Goa.

Church of Saint Alex, Curtorium, Salcete : This church is one of the oldest churches in Goa.Church of Saint Ana, Talaulim, Tiswadi.This is a unique church in Goa which had passages in hollow walls through which a person could go in for confessions in secrecy. It was built in 1695.

Shri Bhagvati Temple,Pernem : There are two elephants who await your welcome at the entrance of the temple. This temple is over 500 years old. The presiding deity of temple is Goddess Bhagavati in Ashtabhuja (eight hand) form. Bhagavati is said to be one of the incarnation of Parvati and is related to Goddess Durga.

Brahma Temple, Carambolim Brahma, Satari : This temple is dedicated to Lord Brahma and one of these temples is the Brahma temple in Satari.This temple is supposed to have been built in the 5th century. Very few temples are dedicatedto Lord Brahma

Shri Chandranath, Paroda, Quepem : The temple is built on a 350m high hill, Chandranath Hill. The rock carved Shivlings from which water oozes on a full moon day is the main attraction of this temple. The ancient wooden chariot in the temple has some very beautiful carvings on it.The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Chandranath or Lord Shiva who is also the Titular deity of Bhoja Kings.

Shri Damodar, Zambaulim, Sanguem : This temple is situated on the Kushavati river and is considered sacred by both the Hindus and the Christians.

Shri Datta Mandir : Datta Mandir is located in a beautiful surrounding and is the venue for an important Goan festival. The Datta Jayanti is celebrated in December / January. The temple is dedicated to Lord Dattatreya.

Shri Gopal Ganapati, Ponda : This temple is an excellent specimen of modern and ancient temple architecture which blend here.

Shri Kalikadevi, Kansarpal, Bicholim : This temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. It is very old temple almost 800 years old.

Shri Mahalakshmi, Ponda : The special feature of this temple is that there are 18 wooden images of Lord Vishnu. But the temple is dedicated to Shakti or various forms of Durga. The presiding deity is Mahalakshmi who strangely wears a Lingam on her head.

Shri Manguesh, Priol, Ponda : This important temple of Goa is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Shri Saptakoteswar, Narve, Bicholim - This temple was renovated on orders of Shiva ji in 1668. The temple is again dedicated to Lord Shiva who is the presiding as the 'Dharalingam'.

Shri Naguesh, Bandode, Ponda : Though the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva the temple is full of pictures which have derieved scenes from the Ramayana.

Shri Mallikarjuna, Canacona : This 16th century has 60 deities surrounding the temple which has some tastefully carved pillars.

Shri Mahadeva, Tambdi Surla, Sangeum: This the only surviving example of the Kadamba-Yadava architecture. The 13th century temple is built in basalt rock.

Shri Shantadurga, Kavlem, Ponda : This temple was built in 1550 and is located in a very beautiful natural surroundings. It is among the few important temples in Goa.

Shri Saunsthan Gokarn Partagali Jeevotam Math,Canacona : A huge banyan tree is the most famous symbol of this 15th century Vaishnavite center. The tree covers an area of 235ft X 225ft. The Math was established in 1475.

Jama Masjid, Sanguem : An elegant mosque of harmonious proportions and simplicity.

Safa Masjid, Ponda :  It was built in 1560 by Ibrahim Adilshah of Bijapur. The masonry tank nearby has beautiful 'maharab' designs. The mosque once was equal in size and proportion to any other mosque in Bijapur but it decayed during the Portuguese and only ruins remains today.