Goa may be India’s smallest state but has been highly ranked when it comes to quality of life. This is one reason you may consider buying a villa in Goa. When we first came to Goa as children we were enthralled by the bright, blue water and sandy beaches, so much so that we continued to come back through adulthood. A popular tourist destination, Goa is a great place to escape to for long weekends and holidays and is also a popular retirement destination. Seeing how many of our friends would spend months in Goa and return to the city looking refreshed and rejuvenated, we were encouraged enough to start building luxury villas for sale in Goa.
When you buy a villa in Goa, you also get direct access to all the incredible, public beaches in the state. With over 100km of coastline, picking the perfect spot to lay out and relax can be difficult so why not see which beach is best for you?
Mandrem beach is one of North Goa’s best-kept secrets. It is relatively quiet and does not see as many tourists as other parts of Goa. Mandrem beach has a relaxed and tranquil vibe complemented by the sparkling sand and blue waters. Do not go here expecting to take part in water sports and partying, it is more for romance and breathtaking sunsets.
Baga beach gets a bad rep because of the unsavoury crowd but there are those who enjoy the bustling energy of this area. Baga beach is located in the centre of North Goa and is always busy even during the monsoon. This is the perfect place to go if you are looking for a wild night of drinking and dancing.
For the Shopaholic
If you take your shopping seriously and want to get some good deals on clothing and trinkets, Candolim beach is your best bet. Generally filled with tourists, the road leading up to Candolim has lots of shops and stalls where you can purchase local gifts or funky outfits.
For Nature lovers
Featuring black rocks and white sand, Cavelossim is a truly beautiful escape. Located at the mouth of the Sal River you can watch the waves roll in as you are nestled between paddy fields and palm trees. Our top pick for watching the sun go down.
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