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Highlights in Goa
- Beautiful and sunny state
- Sand and pristine beaches
- Buzzing nightlife
- Historical wonders
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Goa
Are you looking for an amazing holiday in a beautiful, sunny place full of culture and interesting things to do? In the state of Goa, India, you will find the perfect holiday destination to relax. From heavenly beaches, amazing food, a buzzing nightlife, to majestic monuments and museums to visit, this state is without a doubt the perfect place to have a fun and interesting experience. And don't worry about your stay, as Holidu gives you the best holiday rental options in this wonderful destination. You can find modern and luxurious rentals, with tropical and Mediterranean style structures, many of them close to the beautiful beaches that Goa has to offer.Comfortable Holiday rentals with refreshing pools and beautiful gardens
These fabulous rentals are the perfect ingredient for a relaxing and stress-free holiday. They have all the amenities you will need, so you don't have to worry about anything, such as internet connection, spacious rooms, kitchen area, living room and much more. But undoubtedly the biggest attraction of these rentals are their outdoor recreational places, since many of them have amazing swimming pools and spectacular gardens to enjoy. Don't hesitate and book your rental in sunny Goa now!
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The area and getting around
The state of Goa, India, is characterized by a coastline of approximately 65 mile, which makes it a popular holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. Enjoy the 48 sandy beaches with pristine waters and enchanting nature that you can visit in each of Goa's cities, and where you will find a wide variety of entertainment facilities for all types of people. From water sports, breath-taking scenery to taking a romantic stroll, handicraft shops, restaurants and much more. Besides, you don't need to hire a car to get to these beaches, as you can take any public transportation or just hail a taxi, making it easy to move around the area without too much trouble.Cities full of culture and history
The 14 cities of Goa have a slightly different style from each other, some of them are more modern, some are more traditional, yet they are all very picturesque, colourful and full of life. In each of them there are historical and cultural sites to visit, although some monuments are away from the centre, closer to the beaches, like forts and chapels, there are also many of them very close to the city, like museums and churches.
Travellers and activities
It goes without saying that the beaches in Goa are the main tourist destination, so it will be difficult to choose between so many amazing options. One of them is what many call the ''queen'' of Goa's beaches, and is named after the city in which it is located, Calangute. Here you will find what you are looking for whether you are a sports enthusiast, a nature lover, or just here to party with friends. In addition to this you can enjoy the restaurants and shops in the surrounding area that give you a small taste of its traditions and culture.Goa for night lovers
As mentioned before, Goa's nightlife is quite lively, so you won't have a hard time finding a place to have a good time. One of them is in the city of Candolim, and it is the SinQ nightclub, which offers a totally different atmosphere. This luxurious venue has poolside cabanas decorated in the best beach style. Its resident DJs have the best and newest music to keep you dancing, and of course, its bars serve refreshing and delicious drinks. Other options to consider are Café Mojo in Panaji city if you're looking for a quieter atmosphere, or if you're looking for something closer to the beach in Siolim village, the Greek-themed bar Thalassa is the place to go.
There are around 7,000 bars and pubs in the entire state of Goa, and many of them sell alcohol at very low prices.
Top 5 travel tips in Goa
This famous Catholic Church is the oldest church in Goa and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a popular church for devotees and tourists who come to see this imposing Romanic structure, and to view and learn about the relics and remains of St. Francis Xavier that rest here, a saint who is believed to be miraculous.2. Have a delicious meal at Spice Goa
This is a restaurant in Mapusa city that specializes in seafood and typical Goan cuisine. This restaurant has been in existence for 19 years and has won incredible awards along the way, such as Best Sea-food Restaurant at The Times Food Awards. So don't miss out!3. Learn about Goa’s history at Goa State Museum
This museum is located in the much visited city of Panaji, and specializes in the history and heritage of the state. It showcases a large display of artefacts, relics and works of art that teach about how Goa came to be what it is today.4. Explore the nature beauty of Dudhsagar Falls
Located in the city of Sonaulim, this waterfall has 4 levels and is 1017 feet high, here we see how the formation of the rocks makes the waterfall divide into several small channels until it converges in the lowest part of it. You can see this impressive natural formation on the many trails that are laid out for visitors.5. Have a shopping spree at Anjuna Flea Market
You can't come to India without visiting its famous flea markets, and in the town of Anjuna you can find one very close to the beach. Filled with trinkets, sweets, fabrics, handicrafts and everything else you can imagine, this market has a lively atmosphere that will make you want to take home a piece of it as a souvenir.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Goa
How much does it cost to book a holiday rental in Goa?
Goa is the most expensive region in India, with an average price that reaches £138 per night.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Goa?
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Goa are October (£104 per night for accommodation, on average), March (£117), and December (£120).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Goa?
Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Goa was May, with an average price of £178 per night. This was followed by April, with an average of £159, and August, with £155.
Are there usually many holiday rentals available in Goa?
When organising a trip to Goa, there is no need to plan long before your trip, as the percentage of rentals booked is only 39%.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
February, July, and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties free, with respective average availability figures of 67%, 66% and 66%.
When are fewer lettings available?
Holiday rentals in Goa reach their peak in demand in December, with an availability rate of 50%. The second most popular month is January with 54%, and the third is November with 55%. However, even during the months with the least availability, the average is 53%. So it shouldn't be hard to find your dream holiday rental at any time of the year.
How many rentals are available in Goa?
In Goa we work with 7 different partners to give you a choice of 3,700 properties, so you will have a great selection properties to choose from!