The narrow road northwest of the village leads you past lots of village homes with rooms for rent, up to a small harbour where the day’s...
Chapora’s old laterite fort, standing guard over the mouth of the Chapora River, was built by the Portuguese in 1617, to protect Bardez...
Paulo’s Antique Bar
In season this hole-in-the-wall bar on Chapora’s main street overflows with good music and cold beer at night. Even during the afternoon...
Villa Blanche Bistro
This lovely, chilled garden cafe in the back lanes of Assagao is run by a German-Swiss couple. Salads, sandwiches, filled bagels,...
Sunrise Restaurant information
Sunrise doesn’t pretend to be anything special but it does open early for breakfast and has perfectly edible food and a decent little garden on the main road out of Chapora.