Nagoa is the best village in Goa. It is friendly, it is laid back and they love to party as and when they can. Everyone will say hello and make you feel welcome. We have local shops for necessary items such as beer, and beer, and beer, oh yes they sell some soft drinks and butter etc. Local restaurants are there. There is the I95 restaurant within walking distance, which is fine dining, there are also lots in Arpora which is just 5 mins away via local transport such as a bike or car. Nagoa is actually known as Nagvem, it is a small village coming just before Arpora and Baga. This village has its own share of beauties surrounding with fields, trees thus covering area with greenery and it is little quiet place also.
The Church in Nagoa is known as “Holy Trinity" it was built in 1560, this was the third church built in Bardez by Franciscans missionaries. In the year 1679 the church was reconstructed by the Comunidades of Nagoas, Arpora and Saligao. The feast of this church is celebrated in the month November with great enthusiasms. There are several markets close by the river at Baga locates Mackie’s Saturday Night Bazaar. There is the famous Wednesday flea market at Anjuna Beach and the Saturday night market at Arpora.