Do you know that you can still experience the Portugal era in India? Well, this villa in Vagator, Goa will take you on an ultimate ride to Portuguese with its amazing Portugal style interiors and architecture. Lying amidst the tropical greenery of Goa with a backdrop of tall palm trees is one of the best holiday homes you will find in Goa.

Painted with a Mediterranean blue hue and ceramic tiled roofs works great on a hot afternoon. You can also take a dip in the Hamam-style private pool, placed on the back porch. This villa welcomes you with its luxurious and traditional settings, ensuring you only get the best.

Private Pool

The pool is located at the back porch and has cozy outdoor seatings under the teak pergolas and an azulejo bottom, making it look prettier. This pool is perfect for having your own little pool party.

Living Area
Adding to the existing classic appeal, wooden windows are created under the arches. With a high bamboo and wood ceiling rafters ceiling, the living room is grand and spacious with beautiful arched doorways.   

Flooring is made of gorgeous azulejo tiles in a floral pattern, complementing the decor in the living room. Tastefully selected antique furniture covers the huge space. 

There are three bedrooms, accommodating nine people at a time. The antique furniture also sits in the bedrooms. The four-poster beds have carved claw-foot armories. There are vintage writing desks with detailed wood-inlay work, chests of drawers, and console tables. The azulejo tiling runs in the bedrooms too. 

The bathrooms are nothing less than the rooms or any other space in the villa. They are styled with a blend of exposed-brick masonry, rustic stucco walls, and old-world fittings look great with the modern sanitary ware. 

There are sunken baths in some of the bathrooms, allowing you to take a relaxing, long bubble bath. 

The villa also comes with a modular kitchen with everything you will ever need to make a complete meal. You can also request a chef to prepare meals for you.

Guest Access
Guests have access to the entire property which includes a private swimming pool, a small garden, three beautiful bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and well-appointed ensuite washrooms. A caretaker will be provided to cater to all your needs. 

Places to visit nearby

  1. Chapora Fort - Built by ruler Adil Shah, the fort was once called Shahpur but later, the Portuguese changed it to Chapora. Located only 1.3 km from the villa, you can even visit the fort walking.
  2. Anjuna Beach - Known for a vibrant nightlife and amazing beach parties, Anjuna beach is only around 5 km distance only. It is one of the top beaches of Goa and attracts thousands of tourists each year.

How to Reach 

By Air - The nearest airport is Goa International Airport, around 45 km from the holiday home. Cabs are easily available from the airport to Vagator. You can even request pick up and drop services at an additional charge. 

By Railway - The nearest railway station is Thivim railway station. It is located around 19 km from the villa.  

By Road - You can get a bus for Mapusa bus stand which is only 9.5 km away from the villa.

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