Keys Resort Ronil
Just minutes away from Baga Beach and 20 minutes from Anjuna Beach, the Keys Resort Ronil is an excellent choice for a feel good trip in the heart of Goa. The family-friendly resort exudes the wider happy-go-lucky spirit of the lively Calangute-Baga area with its two outdoor swimming pools surrounded by loungers and parasols, spa, fantastic restaurant, on-site coffee shop and Rodeo Lounge Bar. The buzzing nightlife and restaurant scene on Tito’s Lane is just 15 minutes from the hotel, so you can dance the night away knowing that you won’t have far to travel!
Overview of Goa
If you’re after sun, sea, sand, seafood and a captivating fusion of Indian and Portuguese culture, Goa ticks all of the boxes. Holidays to India should always include a stop in this slice of paradise. Portuguese colonial architecture is what distinguishes Goa from the rest of India and this influence is noticeable at the Keys Resort Ronil, ideally situated close to Baga Beach. However, it is the love of temptingly good, fresh food that unites Goa with the rest of India. With a coastline that spans along the Arabian Sea, Goa showcases a diverse selection of beach communities that include Baga, Arambol, Palolem, Anjuna and Mandrem – How many will you tick off the list?
Things to do in Goa
Adorned with 54 magnificent beaches, most of which are packed with restaurants, bars, water sports activities and hotels including the Keys Resort Ronil, you won’t be short of options on the waterfront. There are also plenty of activities beyond the beach. See a Tiatr – a musical theatre show or visit the baroque-style UNESCO World Heritage site Basilica of Bom Jesus. This is where the preserved remains of St. Francis Xavier, Goa’s patron saint, are preserved. If nature is more your thing, there are seven wildlife sanctuaries in Goa as well as 10 stunning waterfalls. Goa differs from the rest of India due to being a former Portuguese colony and many aspects of colonial life are still visible in the architecture. From the brightly coloured homes in Panaji, Goa’s capital to the harbour, churches and municipal buildings that have a distinct Portuguese flair. Visit the Goa State Museum and the Archaeological Museum to find out more.