The village of Siolim is situated on the left bank of the Chapora river. Siolim is also the last ‘bourgeois’ village in the north of Goa. After crossing the Chapora with the ferry the villages are simpler, more rustic. It is very easy to get to Siolim, which is only 10 minutes from Mapuca and about 30 from Panjim.
Little Siolim is conveniently situated on a hill slope as you enter the village of Siolim.
Little Siolim has been designed from two 100 years old Portuguese houses that have been combined to form one house. It gives guests the experience of living in an ancient house with the comforts of a modern home. The architecture and design is an amalgamation of Portuguese, Sri Lankan and South East Asian designs created by the owner himself. The kitchen is modern and ideal for group classes.
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