04) 2 bed Villa Arpora Goa SLEEPS 4 & WiFi

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  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 4
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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 4

Type: Apt. / Condo

04) 2 bed Villa Arpora Goa SLEEPS 4 & WiFi

"This 2 bedroomed large villa is on a small private secure complex overlooking an old salt lake. The Villa known as Villa Ajay sleeps 4 people and has 2 bedrooms. The villa is on small complex with pool. The complex is quiet and peaceful with just the surrounding noise of birdsong and wildlife around. Both bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. There is a fully fitted kitchen. A lounge area with Tata Sky TV, which shows all premiership football and lots of English channels. A dining area to seat 4. Located in a much sought after location, Arpora close to shops, bars, restaurants etc. Only 5 mins taxi drive to Baga Beach. The complex is next to ...Read more

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04) 2 bed Villa Arpora Goa SLEEPS 4 & WiFi
Arpora, Goa, India

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Arpora is buzzing at night but not loud. It's a small town so has lots of local charm but it 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 two markets, the river at Baga locates Mackie's Saturday Night Bazaar. The Saturday night market also the Wednesday flea market at Anjuna Beach, is close by as well, and will satisfy even the best shopaholics.
Arpora is a place divided into two parts-a tiny beach spot and a village. This place has its own beauties for tourist as well as local people. The prime achievement is esteemed St. Joseph High School. A Pioneering Educational Institute for many illustrious Goan renowned as Alma Mater. This school in Arpora was built in the year 1886 by Brother William Robert Lyons, who had taken a refuge in Goa because he was suffering from incurable skin malady, which was later cured after having continuous spring waters in Candolim. This school has been outstanding in Educations as well as in Sports.
P.P. Shirodkar writes in his books about Hindus here that “a Disciple of Matsyendranath, Chouranguinath” was placed in a large Shrine at Arpora. The said Idol was taken to Assonora during the time of conversion. Today Sankavaddi is a main place for Hindu workship in Baga – Arpora.
St. Sebestian feast is the biggest feast for the Arpora Villagers every year in the month of January. This chapel is situated on the opposite side of grand Pinto Mansion. A huge Hindu population also joints with Christian here to celebrate this feast, the crowded place here in Arpora is called Tintto. Hindus Dhalo celebrations also falls on the same night of Sebestian's feast.
Arpora is famous for selling fresh fish such as prawns, tiger prawns, crabs, oysters etc. Fishermen takes their boats and go for fishing on middle of the beach and sell the fishes here in wholesale, thus you can enjoy tasty fish.
The river at Baga locates Mackie's Saturday Night Bazaar. The Wednesday flea market at Anjuna Beach and the Saturday night market at Arpora are both close by as well, and will satisfy even the best shopaholics.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, Lake nearby, Rural retreats, Warm winter getaways, Waterfront

Getting There

Nearest train station: Thivim, 7.02 miles
Nearest airport: Dabolim, 28.02 miles
Car is not necessary

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