All you need to know about Candolim in Goa

Candolim is a small and beautiful village in North Goa. It is situated just south of the famous Calangute beach, and like most of the Goan places, it is a popular tourist destination.

The best part of the village is its beach.

Candolim beach can aptly be called the beach lover’s paradise. This is one of the longest seashores in Goa and has a calm-serene setting with breathtakingly beautiful sunsets. All of this, makes one visit the place over and over again!

By the way, did you know, Candolim beach was voted one of the top 25 beaches of India, by Tripadvisor’s Travellers choice awards?

Other than visiting the beach, there are loads of other things to do in Candolim. Here are a few:

Water Sport Activities

Water sports activities are very popular in Candolim. Tourists, as well as locals, enjoy these fun activities all day long. Jet skiing, banana boat rides, surfing, catamaran sailing, parasailing are among the many adventurous water sports you can indulge in. Except for rainy and windy days; these are generally carried out throughout the year.


Taste the Nightlife

North Goa is the party hub, especially the famous Tito’s lane. However, if you venture further, you’ll find many more places that are equally happening. Enjoy some music while you end the day with cocktails and drinks.


Visit the Aguada Fort

Overlooking the vast expanse of endless blue waters, Fort Aguada is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Goa. The fort was constructed during the Portuguese era and stands as a perfect testimony to the glory of the Portuguese empire.

You can also visit the chapel of St. Lawrence, the Candolim church or you can choose to treat yourself to some relaxing spa therapies and more. Isn’t it amazing to know that although Candolim is a small village, it offers you everything in a large way.

So the next time you are in Goa, plan your stay in Candolim. You can check-in at Seashells – the Goa’s luxury boutique Villa hotel right in the heart of this beautiful village.

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