Lui Beach Resort

If you’re looking for a base where you can explore all of Goa’s best bits, then the Lui Beach Resort is perfect.

The hotel has its own pool with a bar, and the kids can splash about in the shallow children’s section. Plus, if you fancy a change, the hotel is only a three-minute walk from the beach, so it’s easy to swap from the pool to the sea.

In the evening, the restaurant has delicious dishes from around the world. And after dinner, the bar has a good selection of international beers and spirits, served with a side of karaoke and live-music nights.

Overview of Candolim

When it comes to fun-filled breaks in India, it doesn’t get much better than a holiday to Goa. With a year-round warm climate, it has streets filled with music, markets packed with traditional spices and some of the finest beaches in the world – and in Candolim, you’ll discover eight kilometres of sand.

A tranquil and relaxed place, Candolim’s a peaceful base for exploring Goa’s best bits. Holidays here are all about shopping and relaxing while experiencing some of India’s mouthwatering curries.

Things to do in Goa

The Lui Beach Resort is only a couple of minutes’ walk from Candolim’s signature stretch of sand. Here, you can relax and soak up the sunshine.

When you fancy speeding things up a little bit, take a short taxi journey into Candolim’s bustling centre where jewellery shops and lively bars are the order of the day. If you fancy enjoying some history and culture, there’s a fort to explore.

Holidays in Candolim are wonderfully laidback. If you’re looking to experience India with the volume turned down, then this is the place for you.


Resort Summary

When many people think of taking Goa holidays along the coastline, trance parties and jam-packed streets come to mind. But holidays in Candolim are wonderfully laid-back, still enjoying all the same scenery as its neighbouring resort Calangute but with the volume turned down. Wedged along the coast in northern Goa, Candolim is a haven for relaxation types, as the only thing that’s expected of you is to stretch out along the beach beside the Arabian Sea.

Located at the tail end of the beach connected to Calangute and Baga Beach, Candolim is the easy-going side of this trio’s holiday coin. When you aren’t at the beach, you’ll be wandering through local boutiques or pausing for a curry packed with fresh seafood. And if you’re in the mood for something a little livelier, Goa’s capital city is just on the horizon.