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Salcette

State: 

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.

History: 

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

Accessibility: 

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.

District: 
South Goa