4. Vagator Beach
Vagator is really beautiful. Equally clean and family friendly, though probably a little more crowded than Morjim.
A trip to Goa is incomplete without visiting a church. And while Old Goa is where all the big, important churches are located, you will find small churches and chapels in every nook and cranny of the state. In Siolim, it's worth visiting the almost-250-years-old Asagao Church, built in 1770. Go here for Sunday mass.
6. Watch the sun set from God's Own Place
This is a small cafe and eatery with an elevated platform located near Chapora river, with a fantastic view. Relax here with coffee or some Korean food and watch the sun rise or set.
7. Eating and drinking: there are several good eateries catering to a variety of tastes here. Apart from God's Own Place, I have not 1, not 2 but 6 other recommendations!
Rare Republic: A Spanish eatery which has a quaint clothes shop attached to it.
Gunpowder: The iconic restaurant serving South Indian cuisine has moved from Delhi to Goa! Right next to this restaurant is the equally iconic shop People's Tree in Asagao.
Ciao Bella: Go here for authentic Italian food.
Vinayak's: Visit this place for cheap but great tasting local Goan food.
Sanaka: A Japanese restaurant which is well known for good food in Anjuna (a 15 minutes’ drive from Siolim).