Sprawling over a stretch of three kilometers of golden sand, the Agonda beach is a haven for the loners, the ones always carving for solitude. Virtually deserted all the time, one can enjoy complete seclusion in the Agonda beach. Fringed with a shady curtain of lovely palm trees, one will have only the seas and the sand for company here.
The all prevailing solitude is augmented by a soothing silence,
intermittently broken by the crashing of roaring sea waves. Unlike other
beaches in Goa, there is a conspicuous absence of the customary souvenir
shops and food stalls. Adventurous souls looking for some nocturnal
adventure can hire a tent and camp for the night.
The nearby Cabo da Rama fort is a major attraction for tourists
descending on Agonda beach. The fort, now in a state of ruins, houses
the beautiful church of Santo Antonio. The village of Agonda is typical
of a small fishing village and is surrounded by about 120 acres of
How to Reach Agonda Beach
After reaching the Agonda village by bus from Chaudi, main town of
Canacona, one can hire motorcycle taxis to reach the Agonda beach.