Goa is the state in India and the smallest state by geographical area with an area of 3,702 km2, and the 4th smallest by population with a population of 1.45 million. Goa is divided into only two districts North Goa and South Goa, both contain many tiny towns. Tourism is the main income of the state and many beaches can be seen on the coastline. Panaji is the largest city of the Goa state has a population of 114,759 covering an area of 76 km2, located in North Goa.
|Rank||City Name||Population||Area (km²)||Density|
|1||Panaji (Panjim, Pangim)||114,759||76.29||1,504||North Goa|
|2||Madgaon (Margao)||106,484||22.04||4,831||South Goa|
|3||Mormugao (Marmagao, Mormugao)||101,326||39.55||2,562||South Goa|
|4||Mapuca (Mapusa)||39,989||11.32||3,532||North Goa|
|5||Curchorem Cacora||22,730||22.55||1,008||South Goa|