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Salcette, an ancient hamlet of the Portuguese, is a historically important place in the Sout Goa. The churches, monuments and relics found here indicate that this region has been ruled by Hindu, Muslim and Portuguese rulers.


The Portuguese arrived here in 1510 and ruled the region through the 16th to 18th centuries.


By Air: Dabolim Airport is the nearest airport to the town.

By Rail: The closest railhead is at Margao, 45 km from Salcette.

By Road: The extensive network of roadways connects the destination with Panaji, Belgaum, Mahad, Patradevi, Pernem and Bardez.

Along with these, Salcette is connected to Mumbai through waterways.

South Goa