In the Indian state of Goa, the census town of Sancoale is located in the South Goa district. It is well-known for being the place of birth of Sri Lanka's patron saint, Joseph Vaz.
Places to visit
The Mahadev Temple is also known as Tambdi Surla. Tambdi Surla is a Lord Shiva-focused Shaivite temple from the 12th century. The temple, which is made completely of black basalt and is one of the oldest in Goa, is incredibly beautiful architecturally. A magnificent Shiva linga and a headless bull idol can be found in the inner sanctuary. Additionally, the River Surla flanks the temple, which enhances the area's charm and natural beauty.
Distance: Tambdi Surla is 63 kilometers away from Sancoale
One of Goa's few beaches that aren’t crowded with visitors is this one. Pure golden sands cover the beach's kilometer-long shoreline, which is bordered by swaying palm and pine trees. People seeking complete seclusion and tranquility should visit this beach. Talpona Beach doesn't offer many opportunities for beachside entertainment because it only recently becomes accessible to tourists. One can see where the Talpona River and the Arabian Sea meet to the north of Talpona Beach. By the Talpona River, a number of different bird species can be observed relaxing. Talpona Beach is quite a natural wonderland because it is surrounded by woodlands on all sides but the sea.
Distance: Talpona Beach is 63 kilometers away from Sancoale
How to Reach
By Air- Margao is 21 kilometers from Dabolim Airport, the closest airport.
By Train- Due to its location at the confluence of the Konkan Railway and the South Western Railway, Madgaon Railway Station is Goa's largest and busiest station. Every train halts at Margao. As a result, many people utilize it more frequently as a transit point than as a tourist site on their route to Benaulim and Colva, two popular tourist spots that are around six kilometers distant.