Villas for rent in Siolim

One of the quietest villages in North Goa. The place is located on the bank of the River Chapora and is surrounded by palm trees and tropical foliage.

Here you can find shops, internet cafes, ATM, pharmacy, bakery, fruit store. The famous seafood market can be found on the way to Morjim village.

Luxury villas are a rare thing in Siolim. Besides, the complete lack of hotels.

The nearest beaches are Morjim, Ashvem and Anjuna (15 mins drive).

Royal Villa — Luxury villa for rent in Siolim
4 BR, Siolim
from $458 per night
This is an exotic and exquisite palace, a real romantic island for a calm repose of 2 or 3 couples in love or on their honeymoon....
Forest Villa — Luxury villa for rent in Siolim
5 BR, Siolim
from $611 per night
Forest villa is set in 2 acres of lush green gardens with beautiful bougainvillea and frangipani trees. The property consists of...
Vanessa Grace — Luxury villa for rent in Siolim
3 BR, Siolim
from $282 per night
This luxury private villa is situated on a hillside in a picturesque surrounding. It has an excellent location and is one of our...
Abigail Villa — Luxury villa for rent in Siolim
3 BR, Siolim
from $244 per night
Private villa of 3 bedrooms with its own swimming pool, located in the village of Siolim, North Goa. Siolim — a small, quiet, cozy...
La Roca Village — Villa for rent in Siolim
5 BR, Siolim
from $163 per night
Cottage type family bungalow "La Roca Village" is ideal for up to 10 guests. Architecture and interior of the house is decorated...
Lotus Suites — Rooms for rent in Siolim
7 BR, Siolim
from $134 per night
Welcome to the palace, former residence of an aristocratic Portuguese family and now a private hotel with seven spacious rooms....
The Bell House — Villa for rent in Siolim
4 BR, Siolim
from $190 per night
Comfortable 4 bedroom villa, ideal for total privacy and relaxation. The two-storied blue and white villa has an idillic garden...


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⛱ What is the rainy season in Goa?

Goa has a tropical monsoon climate, and is warm all year long. The rainy, or monsoon season is from July until September. During this time it is wet and very hot.

🎈 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.

🍎 What is the cheapest month to fly to Goa?

High season is considered to be January and February. The cheapest month to fly to Goa is September.

🔥 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.

❓ Where should we stay in Goa?

There are a lot of luxurious villas where you can stay in South and North Goa on your vacation. South is more quite and North is more happening place. Here is a list of the best budget-friendly as well as luxurious villas. 1) Garden Groove 2) Surya Villa 3) Eva Villa 4) Lyon Age Villa

📌 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.

💎 What are the top attractions to visit in Goa?

The top attractions to visit in Goa are: Dudhsagar and Amboli waterfalls, Wednesday Anjuna Flea Market, Casinos in Panjim, club Titos in Baga, luxury yachts for hire in Britona Jetty.

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