Step into the world of The Yellow House a stunning example of Goa's rich heritage, carefully restored to blend traditional Goan Portuguese style that seamlessly blends modern luxury to create an expansive property that's truly one of a kind. Goa’s rich history becomes the present at The Yellow House where a century old villa carefully restored welcomes guests and transcends them to a time gone past. Goa may be well known, but rarely experienced in this way.
Saturday Night Market
One can find everything - clothes, shoes, herbs and spices, carpets, home decoration items. The market is divided into three different parts. The Lower Field provides the usual pocket friendly local clothes, footwear, hammocks, carpets and pashminas while the Central Field is known for having beer, spirit & wine bars and food stalls with several of Goa's popular restaurants..
A 16th Century Fort
Looming high above the Chapora River, Chapora Fort was constructed in 1617 by the Portuguese settlers.The fort was initially intended as a border watch post, but later abandoned and left in ruins. Although the fortress now lies in complete ruin, the Chapora fort is one of the most popular places to visit in Goa near Anjuna Beach, due to its scenic locale.
Museum Of Goa
Museum of Goa (MOG) celebrates Goa’s history and people through contemporary art. MOG is envisioned not just as a repository of objects, but as a laboratory of ideas where all forms of art are in constant dialogue with each other.
The Museum, founded by Goan artist, Subodh Kerkar, in 2015, seeks to bring art and local history to larger audiences in an attempt to bridge the cultural gap in the country.