Situated in the lovely village of Colva in South Goa and 1.5 kms (15 minute walk) from the popular white sand colva beach is a stunning 4 bedroom Portuguese style villa. The detached villa is brand new based on Portuguese architecture with large balconies and slopping roof covered with country tiles. It is tastefully decorated and is a perfect combination of Victorian and modern interior. This is a perfect south Goa holiday destination in a cluster of 21 villas built around manicured garden in the middle of which there is a swimming pool. Our villa is strategically located opposite the pool. The villa includes a large well furnished lounge area with an open plan fully furnished kitchen and dinning area, 4 large well furnished double bedrooms with en suite showers/bathtubs and toilets, 4 large balconies with seating arrangement, a beautiful patio with garden furniture and a front and back garden.
Best time to visit Goa: Goa is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing, rejuvenating and tension free holiday. You can visit this lovely place any time of the year, though you may want to avoid the monsoons. It rains quite heavily over here thus making transportation a bit cumbersome. Else, the best time of the year that can be called the peak season for Goa travel is from October to March. The place is blessed with maritime climate which makes almost the entire year the ideal time to visit Goa!
Right after the monsoons the weather becomes even more pleasant, the skies clear up and the seas become placid and calm. Every monument and every building looks like it has been washed spic and span. There is not a speck of dust on trees and they look lush green. The summers here are a bit harsh with maximum temperature going up to 35o Celsius. Winters can hardly be called winters as the minimum temperature does not drop below 18o Celsius. The weather is just perfect to enjoy your vacation thoroughly.
Eating Out in Goa: Goa has a variety of restaurants that offer world cuisine. Apart from that, you will come across many fast food joints like Domino's, Barista, Caffe Coffe Day in various towns and cities of Goa. Since Goa has been ruled by different empires, the cuisine is a mix of the best of all of them!
But in Goa, it is best to try the local food that is available in those shacks and restaurants. The variety is so wide that you couldn't possibly decide what to eat in Goa! Select from the delectable sea food or the lip smacking non vegetarian cuisines that Goa has to offer. Vegetarians need not fret as Goa has plenty to offer to you too. Also, do not forget to try the 'Feni', Goa's popular alcoholic drink. It is advisable to drink in moderation as Feni is quite strong and can make you loose your senses in no time.
Goa Entertainment/Nightlife: The night-life in Goa was started by the hippies who came here during the 70's. Since then, the night-life in Goa has steadily increased and has gained much fame now.
Since alcohol is easily available in Goa, there is no dearth of fun and enjoyment here during late hours. Goa is full of small restaurants that have bars too. So, almost every eatery will have a bar that serves chilled beer and allows you to relax in peace. The most popular zones for enjoying the night-life of Goa are the beaches. Goans believe in partying hard and one can spot many trance parties in famous beaches where people just enjoy themselves and forget the tensions of life. Though Goa is a liberal state, there are strict laws against drunken driving, taking drugs, etc.
Goa has many famous sanctuaries like Bhagvan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary, Dr. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, etc. You can always go to these sanctuaries and explore the natural landscape and wildlife there.