The offer published at this day: 2018.12.12

Goa from Dublin

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from €559 pp, from , 10 nights

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Goa is blessed with over 105km (65 miles) of coastline that’s peppered with many beautiful beaches ranging from quiet hippy hangouts to bigger resorts that cater more to Western tastes ...

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Example date: 01 – 11 April 2019 (10 night)

  • Departure from Dublin
  • Flight-2 person
  • Pinnacle Holiday Homes
  • Great facilities! Review score, 9.5
  • Luggage included (6kg)
  • Board basis – Breakfast
  • Return airport transfers (available for an additional extra charge)
  • protected
  • Based accommodation on 2 adults
  • Prices are per room for 10 nights
  • Included: Breakfast
  • taxes and charges may vary

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Flight ticket

2 person


hand luggage (6Kg)

Board basis

Breakfast included


available for an additional extra charge

Number of beds


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Outbound, 2019.04.01
1h 25m
06:30DUB - Dublin Airport
07:35LGW - London Gatwick Airport
Economy Ryanair
# FR 552
Transfer protected by the Guarantee
waiting 1 hour 40 minute
9h 20m
09:15LGW - London Gatwick Airport
23:25GOI - Dabolim Airport
Economy Thomas Cook Airlines
# MT 2606

10 nights accommodation in this place.

Return, 2019.04.11
10h 50m
00:50GOI - Dabolim Airport
07:05LGW - London Gatwick Airport
Economy Thomas Cook Airlines
# MT 2761
Transfer protected by the Guarantee
waiting 2 hour 35 minute
1h 25m
09:40LGW - London Gatwick Airport
11:00DUB - Dublin Airport
Economy Ryanair
# FR 113

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 Pinnacle Holiday Homes

One of our top picks in Arpora – and a guest favourite.
Boasting a garden, Pinnacle Holiday Homes is situated in Arpora, less than 1 km from Baga Night Market. Featuring a sun terrace, this property is located a short distance from Club Cubana and Candolim Football Ground. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi is available.

At the guest house, rooms come with a wardrobe and a flat-screen TV. Some rooms come with a kitchen with an oven and a fridge. At Pinnacle Holiday Homes, all rooms are equipped with a private bathroom with a shower.

A continental breakfast is available each morning at the accommodation.

Goa International Airport is 45 km away.

This property also has one of the best-rated locations in Arpora! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.

This guest house is also rated for the best value in Arpora! Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.

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Informations about the destination

Goa is blessed with over 105km (65 miles) of coastline that’s peppered with many beautiful beaches ranging from quiet hippy hangouts to bigger resorts that cater more to Western tastes and standards.

Arambol in the far north of the state is perhaps the most hippyish of the resorts (and still attracts plenty of backpackers) and is blessed with miles of unspoilt beaches. Between here and the capital Panaji (Panjim) are the resort villages of Calangute, Baga and Candolim which cater more to package tourists with plenty of facilities and are popular with families. Of these, Calangute is the largest and most popular resort.

Heading south from the capital there are many more beautiful beaches to choose from including Colva which is the most developed area along the southern circuit with luxury hotels and resorts. In the very south of the state is the quieter Palolem which is a beautiful fishing village that’s sandwiched between two lush headlands.

Beyond the beach:

Whilst Goa’s beaches are the state’s crowning jewel, it’s well worth taking a break from the sun lounger to explore the historic towns and verdant countryside. The state capital of Panaji (Panjim) and its second town, Margao, are both worth visiting to experience life in Goan towns. Both have many grand colonial-era buildings and provide visitors with a fascinating contrast to village life along the coast.

Goa is also home to several excellent national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Named after an Indian ornithologist, the Dr Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is close to the capital and is home to a variety of different birds.

In the west of Goa on the border with the state of Karnataka is the Dudhsagar Waterfall. At its best during the monsoons when the falls are raging, it is a spectacular sight and attracts visitors throughout the year.

Family fun:

Whilst there aren’t really any attractions specifically for children, Goa is a place that’s very family-friendly with plenty of things to keep younger visitors occupied ranging from 4-wheel jungle excursions to elephant safaris.

As well as all the usual beach activities, many of the bigger resorts offer watersports facilities. But visitors should be aware that the sea can be quite rough and is renowned for its strong currents. Boat tours are another great way of travelling around and visiting outlying areas and off-shore islands.

Another popular option with young and old alike is the Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary in northeast Goa. It has a deer park, botanical gardens, natural jungle habitat and a small zoo to explore.

Exploring further:

A two- or three-day stay on a houseboat as it gently cruises up the Mandovi River is a popular trip and a great way to experience less touristy parts of the state. There’s plenty to keep you occupied without leaving Goa, but it is possible to do three-day trips that take in the spectacular sights of New Delhi, Agra and the Taj Mahal in the north.

When to travel

The weather is mainly hot most of the year with significant variations from region to region. The coolest weather lasts from around the end ofNovember to the beginning of March, with fresh mornings and evenings, and mostly sunny days. The really hot weather, when it is dry, dusty and unpleasant, is between March and June. Monsoon rains occur in most regions in summer anywhere between June and early October.

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