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Sundays Forever


Sundays Forever is in Calvim, 20km from the nearest beach which is at busy Baga, and 10km east of the bustling town of Mapusa.

The village of Calvim lies on Chorao Island, across the river from the town of Aldona. Calvim has about 200 families, all but a handful of which are Catholic. The villa itself sits on the edge of the village, past the whitewashed church and along a narrow lane.

How to get there:

If you’re driving or taking a taxi from the airport it’s best to aim for Aldona and then to the Calvim Ferry Point. From there it’s a short drive through the village. If you’re coming from Thivim station you can take a different route via Bicholim.

By air:
Goa airport aka Dabolim is very well served all year round by domestic flights (Indigo/GoAir, Jet, Air India, SpiceJet), as well as international charter flights during the holiday season.

By train:
Goa’s main station is Madgaon (in Margao) and is well-served by trains coming south from Mumbai and north from Kerala. For Calvim, alight at Madgaon or, much better, at Thivim.

Distances & travel times:

airport: 55km / 1hr 30 mins

railway stations:
Thivim: 18km / 35 mins
Madgaon: 65km / 1hr 50 mins



Book Sundays Forever

Rates from USD$ 103.60

When to go:

Sundays is open throughout the year, so any time is viable. The season i.e. the best weather, is from mid-October to April. Monsoon time is obviously a different experience, but Sundays is just the kind of place to really appreciate the rains.

Getting around:

The best way to get around Calvim village is on foot.

Another great option would be on bicycle, although you’d have to bring your own. Otherwise Rajesh can always give you a lift on his bike.

A good option for guests here would be to bring their own vehicle if they can: scooter or motorbike is without a doubt the best way to explore Goa.

Type Homestay villa
Rooms 3
Amenities None
Children Yes
Closed Never