Weekend Holidays at Hotels in South Goa

Who are planning to enjoy shores of South Goa during their holidays will find themselves introduced to a destination of immense natural beauty and serene vibes. From glorious sandy beaches and atmospheric beach shacks, to intriguing colonial sites and top quality hotels in north Goa, a Goa holiday spent in the south of the state will be endlessly rewarding and fascinating. Here are few tips or guide for them who are in search of a diverse experience in South Goa.

Day one

On your first day in south Goa enjoying the stunning range of beaches. Wherever you choose to lay your beach towel, be it Arossim, Cavelossim or Mobor, you’ll enjoy soft sands and gentle sea breezes. Enjoy in beach shack, with superb flavours of Goa.

Day two

Beautiful south beaches in Goa, make you to spend beautiful holiday on sands of Palolem and Agonda. Although the two beaches aren’t as undeveloped and sedate as in previous years, there is still an unrivalled beauty to these curving bays, ensuring they are well worth a day of your week-long Goa itinerary.

Day three

Spend your third day little differently. Spend time on indulging and rejuvenating with a spa treatment or a yoga experience. Choose resorts or luxury hotels in south Goa has incredible spa facilities that could easily take up a day of your Goa holiday.

Day four

Travel to the southernmost tip of the state to Cola Beach, an idyllic setting where your handmade safari tents – your beds for the night – sit waiting for you. In the meantime, enjoy the beauty of the beach, dipping in the water, trying your hand at some fishing and relishing a spectacular sunset, all before a tasty meal around the campfire.

Day five

The following day, as you awake on the shores of Cola Beach then return to your hotel in the afternoon and relax by the pool, or alternatively, head out to your local beach or for an authentic Goan meal at a nearby beach shack.

Day six

On day six, take a step away from the beach and immerse yourself in the fascinating culture and history of the state. This is best achieved with a visit to Old Goa and Panjim. The former was once the most affluent city in Asia and today still boasts numerous splendid buildings and landmarks from the Portuguese colonial era.

Day seven

Before finishing your journey, spend one more day jumping from beach to beach and beach shack to beach shack. While lazing on the sand or tucking into your fourth fish curry of your holiday in Goa, look back on the experiences you’ve had in the state and begin planning your return.