Goa is the smallest and youngest state in India. Goa has a complicated colonial history. It has been ruled by the Dutch, the British, the Turkish and, until 1961, the Portuguese. Goa is full of beautiful tourist spots with intricate churches and temples, evergreen hills and majestic mountains. India tourists come most often to enjoy the beaches and the colourful culture. It is also famous for feni, a locally brewed liquor popular among both tourists and locals. Goa is a place for travellers who seek sun, sand, food and wine, but it has its share of old forts and temples too.