Loutolim - The Land Of Green Fields And Palatial House
Planet Goa|Volume 9 Issue 7

Team Planet Goa takes a trip to explore the beauty of Loutolim the people, the places and the stories that makes this village an intriguing place worth visiting.

LOUTOLIM is a quaint village situated downstream on the Zuari River. Driving along the scenic road parallel to the river, flanked with shipyards and paddy fields on either side. The first signs of reaching the precincts of Loutolim is the Figueiredo House, a palatial mansion located just off the road at the entrance of the village. Characterized by huge Indo- Portuguese houses, and large tracts of cashew plantations, Loutolim is a delightful village with lush green paddy fields and tranquil villages road perpetually shaded by large mango trees and a constant breeze blowing over.

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