Goa has all the swaying palms and white sand beaches you could ever want, but to go beyond he beach and you'll find hidden delights. Portuguese mansions and Hindu temples, bike rides among shimmering rice paddies, walks through lush spice plantations. Discover the tropical indulgences of India's most laid back region'. (Lonely Plant 5th edition) ... More about Goa
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Arpora is buzzing at night but not loud. It's a small town so has lots of local charm but has lots of tourist bars and restaurants so you will never be stuck for a place to eat. Baga and Calangute beach is just a short hop away by bike car taxi or bus. Arpora hosts 2 large Saturday night markets and it is also close to Anjuna Flea Market.
Properties in Assagao
Assagao is known for its large beautiful Portuguese houses. It is nestled between the market town of Mapusa and The coastline of Anjuna and Vagator.It is well spread out and is very quiet in comparision to the hussle and bussle of the beach resorts.
Properties in Baga
Baga Beach in north Goa may be touristy and busy but for those who like action, it's one of the most happening beaches on the coast. You'll find everything from water sports to fine dining restaurants there, along with a pulsating nightlife. Water sports are a huge attraction. You can go para sailing for around £15, wake boarding for £9, windsurfing for £6, kite surfing for £27, or take a ride on a jet ski for £7. Dolphin spotting trips are on offer for around £5 per person, and island trips for £27. However, many people are simply content lazing on the sun lounges in front of the beach shacks all day and feasting on a steady supply of food, beer, and cocktails. Mackie's Saturday Night Bazaar is located by the river in Baga. The Wednesday flea market at Anjuna Beach and Saturday night market at Arpora are both close by as well, and will satisfy even the best shopaholics. (Prices May 2014)
Properties in Britona
Britona is a quiet village. However its just 5 mins from Porverim by car. It takes 15 mins to Baga and 20 mins to Candolim. The local villagers will welcome you.
Properties in Calangute
Calangute.....It is where many people want to be for their Goa holiday. The beach is within walking distance, the shops and restaurants are also just minutes away. It is vibrant and a taste of India as you interact with locals getting on with their daily lives down the high street. No need of a taxi to get to daily activities. They are however readily available should you want to explore further
Properties in Candolim
Candolim is buzzing with life. You don't have to walk for more than a few minutes before you get to a shop, a bar, a restaurant. The beach is also right there on your doorstep so you have beach shacks to visit also. Nigh time on Holiday Street is alive with lights, entertainers, street sellers. The perfect recipe for a great holiday. Most people in Candolim walk as everything is within close proximity. However car and bike hire is readily available. There are also many taxis to take you on those famous Goa trips.
Properties in Nagoa
Nagoa is the best village in Goa. It is friendly, it is laid back and they love to party as and when they can. Everyone will say hello and make you feel welcome.. We have local shops for necessary items such as beer, and beer, and beer, oh yes they sell some soft drinks and butter etc. Local restaurants are there. There is the I95 restaurant within walking distance which is fine dining; there are also lots in Arpora which is just 5 mins away via local transport such as a bike or car.
Properties in Pilerne
Pilerne is a relatively quiet village is situated about 12 kms from Panjim and 9kms from Calangute and Candolim. It is home to a great selection of traditional Goan houses. It is well connected to Mapusa, Panjim and the coast.
Properties in Porvorim
Porvorim has grown substantially over the last 6 years and is home to a large number of new apartments and is where many professionals live due to its locality, just north of Panjim, the capitol of Goa. Sinquerim is about 9kms away and Miramar beach which is popular with Indian tourists is justunder that.
Properties in Siolim
Siolim is a chill out place. It's quiet and tranquil, a get away from it all place. This apartment is in Marna so you can easily watch the monkeys swinging from tree to tree whilst sitting on your terrace. It's ideal for Goa's northern beaches of Ashvem, Morjim and Mandrem.
Properties in Vagator
Vagator is the most northern of the beaches in the Bardez taluka and rests on the opposite side of the Chapora river just north of Anjuna the well known beach which is home to the world famous Flea Market. Vagator is relatively quiet in comparrison and has some great views, from the cliffs that jutt down to its sandy beach.