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F.A.Q

Frequently Asked Questions

Which locations have largest number of Villas in Goa?

With 70 Villas at Calangute Area, 85 properties in Bardez, 65 Villas at Candolim Area and 30 Villas at Vagator Area are some other popular locations in Goa.

How is the food in goa villas?

Name any kind of food and you have it-be it North Indian, Chinese, Thai, Italian, Mughalai, South Indian, Mexican, Portuguese, Korean, Vietnamese and of course our Goan too. The major attractions of the cuisine take in seafood, sea-fruits, fish, prawns, chicken, mutton, mussels, oysters, crabs, feni, gin and different types of salads.

When is the best time to visit Goa?

The most suitable to visit Goa is from the month of October to March as the climate is moderate and pleasant too. The temperature in winter ranges from 15 - 30 degree Celsius.

What’s the temperature during winter, summer and monsoon season?

The summer season is from March to May and the temperature reaches over 35 degree Celsius long with high level of humidity. Monsoon season starts from June to September and couple of times rainfall is also experienced in October too. Winter season starts from October to February and the cool – pleasant climate temperature ranges from 15 – 30 degree Celsius.

Places to enjoy night life in North Goa?

The Goa Villas, Club Cubana (Arpora Hill), Club Fresh (Candolim Beach), Tito's & Mambos (Baga Beach), Loungefly (Baga Beach Road), Ziggy's (Colva Beach), Temptations (Vagator Beach), The Alcove (Vagator Beach), Lido's (Dauna Paula Beach), Saturday Night Bazaar in Arpora, Anjuna's Wednesday Market, Evening Cruises