The small village of Arpora in Goa is minutes from the famous Calangute and Baga beach resorts. Arpora and its surrounding countryside has been a popular location for tourist development in recent years. Large hotels have sprung up in the fields behind Goa's golden coast, and a cluster of high quality restaurants cater for the annual influx of holiday makers, most of whom are on short package breaks.
Arpora merges into Baga at Baga Creek, a small river that ends in the sea on Baga beach.
The building is a new building, with seven specious rooms, we also have a long balcony, facing the hills,
There is a lounge, where you can enjoy watching satellite television or reading.
Arpora is a village close to the North Goa beach belt, in India's tourism-destination state. Very famous for its night market, 'The Saturday Night Market'. Open during the tourist season, it is a colorful vast market. Consisting of people from around the world selling and showcasing their goods.
With a bit of common sense, Goa is a very safe place to travel around.
so come and enjoy the freedom, of this beautiful state of Goa.