Goa and Mapsa are located at a distance of 0Kms from each other. Mapsa can be reached in about .Bus travel is a popular travel option between these two cities, and many buses ply between Goa and Mapsa. Neeta Tours and Travels is a major operator along this route. The first Neeta Tours and Travels bus starts at , and you can easily access buses till . Minimum fare for bus travel along this route is Rs.0, and the maximum fare is close to Rs.0.
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Goa, one of the most popular tourist destinations in India is renowned worldwide for its beaches. Located on the Western Ghats range, Goa shares its neighborhood with Maharashtra and Karnataka. Owing to its charming beaches and churches, host of tourists visit Goa every year. Goa is well connected through road, rail and airways. Connected by four national highways, Goa bus range is available to all its neighboring states. Kadamba Transport Corporation governs Goa bus timings and routes. Goa bus timings vary from city to city. Goa to Mumbai, Goa to Bangalore, Goa to Mangalore, Goa to Belgaum etc. are few of the most frequent Goa bus routes.
Mapsa, the headquarters of Bardez in the North Goa District, is a major tourist town. Known for its beaches, churches, temples and museums, Mapsa is also known for its adventurous activities like paragliding, parasailing, banana boat ride and surfing that can be enjoyed at the beaches. Sri Kalika Temple and Sri Morjee Temple, situated near Mapsa, attract devotees and tourists in large numbers. The Mascarenhas Mansion, another popular attraction near Mapsa, was constructed during the Portuguese rule in Portuguese architectural style with glass floral engravings. Several churches like the Church of St. Jerome, Basilica of Bom Jesus and Church of Our Lady of Rosary are situated nearby. Mapsa is famous for its Friday market, where a range of items like clothes, spices and dried fish are available. Mapsa is also the commercial centre of Goa where people from different regions come here to trade products like fruit, dried fish, toddy vinegar, spices and clothes.