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Casa Anjuna

Anjuna, north Goa

Casa Anjuna is very easy on the eye but not the sort of place to stay and never venture out. You are in Goa after all!

If you want to put in some really lazy time then lounge by the really nice swimming pool which is conveniently next to the bar, has day beds and lots of shade. If you’re feeling sporty (!) then you can shoot some pool in between swims.

Rejuvenate: have a massage or treatment in the popular spa. Be sure to book in advance especially during the busier months as it gets busy and the masseuse is not resident.

Hang out at the beach: Anjuna beach is a just short walk away; wander down and laze at one of the shacks there. Though Anjuna’s sandy strip is a little thin compared to others in Goa it is still a nice beach, a little crowded at times and with a rocky shoreline.

Party: Casa Anjuna is a stone’s throw from ‘Curlies’, one of Goa’s best party joints, a dingy beach shack which attracts the electronic and psychaedelic trance fraternity.

Flea market: Anjuna’s flea market is well worth a visit. Every Wednesday a vast array of stalls is set up and tourists flock to buy all manner of trinkets, fabrics, clothes and bric-a-brac. Items range in quality but in any case be prepared to bargain hard. Even if you are not a bargain hunter a visit to the market is still a ‘must-do’.

Night markets: Goa’s night markets are past their heyday but still worth a visit. Disputes and local council problems mean that the opening times vary hugely each season. The smaller of the two ‘Mackies’ is next to Baga bridge, while the second ‘Ingos’ is much larger and at Arpora just a km or so away. Both offer a variety of food, a bar and market plus live music performances.

Explore: Rent a bike and go visit the Chapora fort nearby. Made famous by the Indian film ‘Dil Chata Hai’, the fort has some nice views of the Goan landscape. As in all of Goa it’s worth just meandering round the small bylanes, take in the countryside and check out the quintessentially, quaint Goan houses.

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  • Poolside restaurant & bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Pool table
  • Spa (only in the holiday season months – November to March)
  • Laundry service
  • Scooter hire available
  • Wi-fi internet in communal areas
  • Taxi hire (not the hotel’s own drivers)
  • Airport transfers
Type Small
Rooms 24
Amenities Swimming Pool
Children Yes
Closed Never