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The original settlement, Kololi Village, is now home to an increasing number of professionals, expats, retirees and workers in the hospitality industry.Depending on your preferences there are numerous types of holiday accommodation dotted around Kololi.It is a unique, modern building on two floors, and the shaped like half a doughnut, located on the Bertil Harding Highway, opposite the Atlas Petrol Station.Is has a supermarket, clothes stores, a fountain, cafes selling cakes, drinks and ice cream, varied restaurants, some offices, a nice central garden, a rooftop terrace accessed by two spiral staircases, car parking space, and a children's playground, to keep the kids occupied while you shop or dine.
They are situated on the ground or first floor with a private terrace. ‘The strip’ as it is known locally, consists of a number of bars and a couple of nightclubs, frequented by both locals and tourists.
One of the area's biggest draws is the purpose built, lively Senegambia Craft Market (a bengdula), which was first built in 1982, re-built in 1990 and subsequently re-built again on the junction in 2001, with a capacity of about 64 stalls.