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PROPERTY ADDRESS

Beach Box Hotel, Baga - Goa (GoSavvy Collection)
Opp Acron Waterfront Resort, On the Seaward Side of Baga Bridge,
Baga, Bardez-Arpora
Goa 403516

GET IN TOUCH

+91 88050 50677
fobaga@boxhotels.in

FOR BOOKINGS & GROUP ENQUIRIES

Landline - +91 80-4277 8000
Gautham Muthanna - +91 99001 02687
Abhijit Bhandari - +91 97398 66472
reservations@boxhotels.in

Access Information

42 Kms (1hr 15mins)
19 Kms (38 mins)
53 Kms (1hr 41mins)
17Kms (40mins)

In And Around

5-minute walk
Baga is a coastal town in the western Indian state of Goa. Located on the shores of the Arabian Sea, the town is known for long, sandy Baga Beach, a popular destination for water sports. Baga’s coastline extends south to lively Calangute Beach, lined with restaurants and bars, and north to palm-fringed Anjuna Beach.
1.5km, 5 mins drive
As the Sun goes down on Saturday evenings, the Baga Night Market comes alive. As lamps and lanterns light up the market, live music elevates the mood, making for a merry and cheerful atmosphere. The Baga Beach Market features stalls selling handicrafts and textiles and is one of the biggest rivals of Anjuna Beach’s flea market.
2.5km, 10 mins drive
Calangute is a town in North Goa, famous for its beach. This beach is the largest in North Goa and is visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike. The peak tourist season is during Christmas and New Year, and during the summer in May. Calangute Beach offers water sport activities like parasailing and water skiing, among others.
3kms, 8 mins drive
The road leading away from the hustle and bustle of the city to the calm and serenity of the beach at Calangute is a shopper’s paradise. With shops selling everything from metal crafts, souvenirs, gift items, textiles, jewellery and clothes, you might just end up blowing up your entire holiday budget on this street. There is also a Tibetan market here where you can find plenty of beautiful silver jewellery items and incense.
7km, 15 mins drive
Candolim, a small town in Goa is known for Candolim Beach. The sturdy walls of Aguada Fort, built here in the early 1600s under Portuguese colonial rule, surround a 19th-century lighthouse. The whitewashed, centuries-old Church of St. Lawrence stands on a nearby hill.
5 km, 15 mins drive
With sands washed by the azure waters of the Arabian Sea and with hills in the background, Anjuna Beach in Goa is paradise for beach lovers. Situated just 8 km away in the west of Mapusa town, this beach is blessed with a bizarre array of red laterite rocks.
3 km, 9 mins drive
The flea market at Anjuna Beach is one of the most important shopping destinations in North Goa. Held every Wednesday, this market is the perfect place to shop till you drop. Haggling is the name of the game here and the products on offer include everything from handicrafts and clothes to jewellery and funky accessories.
5.5 km, 20 mins drive
Stark, stern and yet with a glamorous charm all its own, the Mae de Deus or Mother of God Church is a breath-taking sight. With its Gothic spires and pristine white walls, it reminds one of a fairytale castle. Situated amidst picturesque surroundings of the typical Goan countryside, this Church at Saligao, which is situated in Bardez Taluk, was built in 1873. It is among the finest in the Gothic style and is attractively illuminated at night. 

Popular Eateries & Bars Nearby

1km, 4 mins drive
A trip to Goa is incomplete without visiting Britto’s Restaurant & Bar at Calangute. Enough said.
2kms, 6 mins drive
Fat Fish is an indulgence that brings together two distinct Goan flavors, the Goan Portuguese and the Hindu Saraswat cuisines. As the name suggests, this place will have you purr like a content kitten. The seafood delicacies on offer range from shrimps to squids, lobsters to crabs and so much more. In short, at Fat Fish, you can have the oceans best on your platter.
Located in the by lanes of Vagator, Ciao Bella is a quaint and peaceful restaurant with a beautiful ambiance. The restaurant is known for its authentic Italian flavour and friendly staff.
Located in Candolim, Wok & Roll boasts a blissfully tranquil setting that promises picturesque views of the backwaters. Wok & Roll is an oasis of calm in the lively precincts of North Goa. Don’t miss a visit to this restaurant if you are looking for good Asian and Oriental cuisine.
Located in Mapusa, on the Mumbai-Goa highway, Spice Goa promises authentic Goan cuisine, made with homemade masalas. Run by a man known as Dr. Fish, Spice Goa celebrates the Saraswat Goan style of cooking.
Located on Vagator Beach, you must stop by Antares if you are craving scrumptious local cuisine. Sit back, relax and enjoy a few cocktails with the mouth-watering while you take in mesmerising views of the sunset.
Located on a hill facing a beach, on Vagator Beach, Thallasa is the place to be for scenic sunsets and heavenly food. A trip to Goa is incomplete without a visit here. Just be sure to reserve a table so you can enjoy the best view.
Located in Calangute, Baga, this is a lively and vibrant watering hole in Goa. Cavalla promises great service with bartenders mixing some awesome cocktails. Look out for foot-tapping live music while you sip your beers.
A lively daytime Beach Club, Waters is known for its restaurant with an all-day open grill. When the sun goes down, hang out here to enjoy the indoor soundproofed nightclub. Come to Waters for scenic views of the beach, great food, drinks and foot-tapping music.
Located in Anjuna, Goa, Dali is a vibrant place for pub hoppers looking for great music and a good after party – even on weekdays. You can be sure to get amazing food, drinks and very friendly service here.

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