Baywatch Resort

The Baywatch Resort is small but perfectly formed. It’s made of colourful, low-rise villas dotted around a pool. The pool itself takes centre stage, and is a large, oval-shaped number split between two levels. Manicured lawns fringe the roomy sun terrace and little ones can make a splash in their own section of the water.

For meals, head to Pam’s restaurant. It’s a buffet set-up with a range of local and international cuisine. A seasonal grill also opens on Friday evenings.

Overview of Benaulim

Goa’s a really unique location for an Indian holiday. On a holiday to Goa, you’ll enjoy action-packed beaches, colourful markets and a surprising amount of European culture. Plus, hotels like the Baywatch Resort mean that a luxurious break is guaranteed.

Goa was colonised by the Portuguese for more than 400 years. As a result, this western stretch of India has a distinctly European flavour, which is reflected best in its architecture and cuisine. Goa has plenty for relaxation seekers and adventurers, too. On the 100km-long coastline, you’ll find places to lay your towel and beautiful towns to explore.

Things to do in Goa

It’s easy to swap from the poolside to the seaside during your stay at the Baywatch Resort. You can set up camp on the powder-soft sand after a five-minute stroll. Sernabatim Beach is an incredibly relaxing spot, and it’s lined with rustic beach shacks and bars.

The beaches are the main attraction in Benaulim, but there are plenty of attractions to visit. You can walk, rent a bike or catch a rickshaw to explore.

Benaulim Town is largely Christian and is full of interesting churches, but you can also visit the Goa Chitra Museum, which has more than 4,000 exhibits. There’s also a fascinating market in the town full of interesting sights, sounds and smells.

Goa is a hive of activity, and your holiday here can be as busy or as relaxing as you like!

Resort Summary

The main appeal of Benaulim is its beach. With soft sand and the gently lapping waters of the Arabian Sea, the beach at Benaulim, Goa, is one of the cleanest and best-kept in the state. It’s a relaxing place, which is never too crowded, but features a variety of moods, with shack cafés and clubs offering relative liveliness. Stroll along the beach to find quieter areas if that’s what you prefer. Although there are sunbeds and tourist facilities, it’s still an active fishing village, with the local fishermen pulling their small wooden boats up on the beach to unload and sort their catches. You’ll also likely encounter cows walking in the shallow surf, along with the resident crabs.