The seaside town of Baga is known for stunning beaches and the tidal estuary of Baga Creek, emptying into the Arabian Sea at the north end of the beach. Our villas in Baga are beautifully designed and totally peaceful and private.
From our spacious villas in Baga, you can enjoy everything this sun-soaked travel destination has to offer. Some of our villas in Baga are located right on the beach, while others are just a 5-10 minute walk away.
Baga is one of the most popular and lively beaches in Goa, perfect for sunbathing during the day and enjoying the Goa nightlife by night. Alongside the golden sands, parasailers glide and dolphin cruises set sail on the blue-green sea water. Rows of tasty local food shacks line the beach, serving up cold beers and tasty snacks.
Live the dream with your own lush garden, barbeque, private parking and swimming pool — plus a terrace with unbeatable views of the sea.
Villa Porto is a luxurious 4-bedroom private villa for rent at Baga in North Goa. This is a beautiful colonial style Portuguese...
⛱ Is Baga too crowded?
With picturesque beaches and exciting must do's and must-see places, Baga attracts a lot of travelers all round the year. Yes, Baga is over-crowded throughout the year as it has a lot to offer to all travelers.
🎈 Is Baga expensive for tourists?
However, Goa is the most expensive part of India, on the Baga beach you can surely find inexpensive accommodation and food.
🍎 What is Baga?
Baga beach in North Goa, is one of the most popular vacation destinations for Indian tourists. Here is water-sports, club Tito's and Mambos. Heavy traffic and rush. Villas in Baga available here.
🔥 Best place for a party?
For clubs and party the best place is Baga, Anjuna, Vagator, Arpora. Check Club Titos in Baga, Hilltop in Anjuna, LPK Waterfront in Nerul, Marbela in Morjim.
❓ What is the best month to go to Goa?
The dry season months from November to March are the best months to visit Goa. After that the months from April through to May sees temperatures and humidity rise. And with that comes the rainy season, so an unpleasant time to travel – with heat, rain and often flooding.
📌 Which beach in Goa is most beautiful?
A vacation in Goa is incomplete without indulging in some beach fun. There are a plethora of beaches in Goa like Palolem Beach, Agonda Beach, Cavelossim Beach, Mandrem Beach and more. All of these beaches are ravishing but Agonda Beach is considered the most beautiful beach in Goa.
💎 Is Goa North or South better?
So the South wins overall by a beauty of beaches. In North are more tourist amenities like restaurants, clubs and attractions like water sports activities.
Baga beach in North Goa, is one of the most popular vacation destinations in Goa. This is where you should be staying, if you love the action. There is a variety of water sports on the beach, such as bumper boat, banana boat rides, jet skiing, and dolphin cruises. Try the adrenaline pumping paragliding. The fun never ends here.
The beach is dotted with sun decks where you can sit and relax with the picturesque Baga-Anjuna Hill all around you. At the north end of the beach, the beautiful Baga creek empties itself into the sea.
The tourist season in Baga is all around the year. You can enjoy the water sports, or just sit back and relax on the beach. You can also visit the famous Portuguese forts at Chapora and Aguada. There are many souvenir shops and shacks on the beachside, and also supermarkets. The Anjuna flea market is close too.
Nightclubs in Baga
Baga and Calangute together make up the party strip of Goa. In fact, the party can often go on till late into the night. Head to one of the nightclubs, Cafe Mambo, and Club Tito, both located in Tito’s Lane.
Mambos – This is one of the most popular nightclubs in Goa, which plays disco and house. Opening hours are from 20:00 to 3:30 in the morning. The entrance fee is 1500 rupees for a couple, 2,000 rupees for single males. Alcohol is included in the price.
Tito’s – This is another big nightclub in Baga. It plays both electronic and Indian Bollywood music. Tito’s stays open from 21:30 to 3:00 in the morning. The entrance fee is 1500 rupees for a couple, alcohol included. There are sometimes costume parties during the weekends.
For food, you can visit the hip Cocktails and Dreams, Cape Town Café, and Cavala for its retro performances. Enjoy Mediterranean and European cuisine, while sitting beside the pool in Fiesta, which is just opposite Tito’s. For authentic Goan cuisine, head to Britto’s. Then there is Go with the Flow, which is tucked away beside the river.
At a short distance away is Relish, which serves delicious Indian food. For shooters and cocktails, you can also go to Cocktails and Dreams. Older people often frequent Cavala for its retro performances.
Homestay in Baga
Baga is one of the best places for your Goa vacation. It has good infrastructure, and is located centrally. The beach, car and bike rentals, travel agencies, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs… everything is close.
The luxury villas and serviced apartments are on the beach, or just a few minutes’ walk away.
The price varies, depending on the luxury and amenities on offer. Those on the beach or very close typically cost more.
A large villa for 6 people with swimming pool, 3 km from the sea, may cost only 18,000 rupees a day in October. In December, it is likely to cost 28,000 rupees.
A villa for 6 people very close to the sea in September-October is likely to be 20,000 rupees a day. In December, this will go up to 28,000 rupees.
The rent for a two-bedroom luxury apartment for the entire weeks is 18,000 - 20,000 rupees.
The cost includes the charges for cleaning, change of bed linen and utilities.