Shopping in Candolim
Shopping is one of the most favorite time-spending amusements of Candolim resort visitors. Tourists usually buy jewelry, cotton clothes and souvenirs.
Here are some shops which are very popular among tourists from different European countries:
Acron Arcade Shopping Center where you will find a rich collection of clothes, footwear and souvenirs. The service staff is friendly and kind-hearted.
FabIndia – a very nice shop with wide selection of qualitative cotton-made products (bijouterie, clothes and bedclothes) at reasonable prices.
InStyle Jewellers store offers its customers high-quality jewelry and hand-made suitcases. The talented shop personnel will create amazing and unique designer things by your order and in accordance with your own design project. Skilled and unobtrusive stuff. Certificates are issued here.
Tony’s the Designer Jewellers is the store of qualitative jewelry only. The service and consultation are at the top notch. Certification of products is practiced.
There are several supermarkets in Candolim resort. The largest one among them is the Newton’s Trade Supermarket which has the widest variety of goods to offer. It is located on the main road in the center of the village.
Also keep in mind the Elephant shop which is recommended for currency exchange and SIM-cards purchasing, and the Hira store which has a good range of drinks, cigarettes and most recent printed media.
Fruits and vegetables are better to buy at the market where they are fresher and cheaper than in various shops.
Services to be found in Candolim resort include currency exchange offices, banks, Internet cafés, medical aid stations, rent-a-car companies, travel agencies.
Among beauty salons the most recommended and popular is the SNIP beauty salon which is placed inside the Lemon Tree Resort Hotel.
If for some reasons you are not completely satisfied with the assortment of goods and services in Candolim resort, there are always plenty of other opportunities for shopping, like, for example, stores and markets of the nearby Calangute, Anjuna and Arpora resorts and, of course, shops and trade centers in the capital of Goa – the City of Panaji.