Silver Sands Sunshine
The Silver Sands Sunshine combines a central location in Candolim with an exotic-looking pool.
The design of the hotel is traditionally Goan, with whitewashed walls and terracotta-tiled rooftops. Inside, the hotel is packed with dark wood and bold colours.
At the outdoor pool, one corner is sectioned off for little ones, while the other end has a tranquil and relaxing waterfall.
By day, the hotel’s restaurant doubles as the pool bar, so you can relax with a cocktail. In the evening, dishes are served straight from the grill. For something different, there’s a friendly tavern that’s open until the small hours on the row of shops outside reception.
Overview of Candolim
In Goa, the beaches are the stars of the show. However, life here isn’t all about the beach, and on a holiday to Goa, you’ll discover a unique mixture of cultures, stunning architecture and beach shacks that sell authentic cuisine.
Holidays in Candolim are wonderfully relaxed. You still enjoy the same scenery as nearby Calangute, but with the volume turned down. It’s a tranquil heaven and days here are spent lounging on the gorgeous sands that overlook the Arabian Sea. Away from the beachfront, you can wander through local boutiques or stop and enjoy a curry that’s packed with fresh seafood.
Things to do in Goa
Guests love the central location of the Silver Sands Sunshine. It’s just a couple of minutes’ walk from Candolim Beach and the nearest bars and restaurants.
The beach is shared with nearby resorts and spans over eight kilometres, so you’ll never be short of space. Backed by palm trees and huts, the beach shacks also turn into restaurants in the evening, serving some of the finest curries in the area.
If you want to travel further across Goa, the capital of Panaji is only 12 kilometres away. Packed with cobbled streets, colourful villas and lost-in-time churches, Panaji is a relaxed state capital that really steals the show.
Holidays to Candolim are all about rest and relaxation. So, take things easy and make your base under the ever-present sunshine.