St Sebastian Chapel is a famous tourist destination in Goa, which has still managed to retain its colonial decree. The crucifix that adorns this church, according to locals, has magical power that punishes wrong-doers and reward good people. This crucifix has been brought here from the Palace of Inquisition in Velha, Goa. Originally a temple, missionaries converted it into a church in the late 16th century. According to the natives, the owner of the temple had converted to Christianity that resulted in the transformation of temple into a church. A legend has it that the Pandavas had lived in a cave nearby during their exile due to which the chapel is also known as the Pandava's Chapel.