Calangute Car Rental




Calangute car rental makes it easy to travel in this part of Goa. Calangute beach is located on the shores of Arabian Sea about 16 km from Panaji. The car rental service of Calangute helps the tourists to reach out to the different locations perched in the different corners of the territory. Amazing Holidays is one of the renowned car rental services in Calangute that offers a wide range of cars for traveling. Tourists can choose between small cars or beach wagons according to their requirements as well as budget. The main office of Amazing Holidays is situated opposite Domino Pizza in JLR Residency (Office Number S6).

Some of the popular pick-up points in Calangute are:

  • Falcon Resort
  • Casa de Goa
  • Hotel Goan Heritage
  • Book Palace
  • International Dental Rehabilitation Clinic
  • Hotel Baia do Sol
  • Casa Goa
  • Newton Super Market
  • Literati Book Shop
  • Kamat Holiday Homes
  • Luma Super Market
  • Kerkar Art Gallery
  • Villa Tivai
  • Niramay Health Village
  • Souza Lobo
  • Sandy's Summer Travelers

    These pick-up points, which are located throughout the length and breadth of Calangute, enable the tourists to avail the car rental services of this beach in Goa.



    Last Updated on 07 August 2012


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