Reis Margos has two claims to fame, the Portuguese Fort that was built as additional support to Fort Aguada, to protect the mouth of the river Mandovi from enemy attack, and the Church, built in 1555, named for the “Three Kings” - Reis Margos. The Three Kings festival on 6th January is celebrated in some style by the village and is great fun if you happen to be in the area at that time.
This is one of the few places in Goa where the road follows the coast giving magnificent views over the sea with numerous photo opportunities. So that you can take full advantage of this ideal location, we provide a car with driver in the price of your holiday for your exclusive use. The beaches and restaurants of Candolim are only about 10 minutes drive and the shops and heritage sites of the state capital, Panjim, are 20 minutes away.