A 3 km stretch of white sand that have been dotted with palm trees and surrounded with blue Ocean forms Agonda Beach . For those who are looking for a few peaceful, undisturbed moments, this beach is the best place to be, it is one of the rare solitary beaches in South Goa and is different from its cousin, Palolem Beach, which sees a majority of tourists. Located at a distance of just 15 minutes of drive from the Palolem beach.
Agonda Beach is considered as one of the most romantic beaches in south Goa. It presents the most beautiful and refreshingly romantic side of Goa.Even though the beach is less populated, you will find a lot of bars and restaurants where you can simply relax and enjoy the sunset. Much larger than many other beaches of Goa, Agonda is a heaven for solitude seekers, with soft music often playing in the background and palm trees swaying in the wind.
Water is a bit choppy, but it’s perfect for water sports like bumper ride.Water sports and scuba diving activities here are famous for quality services It's also famous as a Ridley Turtle Nesting Sight - another reason that makes it more protected than other beaches.
Any one who likes quite nice time can enjoye their time at agonda beach, good for couples and families equaly. One of the safest beaches in goa.
The best time to visit Agonda beach is from october to may. It is more pleasant. It is not too crowded, even in december month when a lot of tourists visit goa agonda beach is less crowded than other beaches in south goa. Tourist flow is very low in the monsoon season The beach shacks will be closed. Most of the restaurants, shops and pubs will also be closed.
This is not the best beach in Goa for nightlife. There are no discos or nightclubs. At the most, you will find some shacks playing music. However, Palolem, which is South Goa’s party capital, is very close. Head to Leopard Valley on the Palolem-Agonda Road. This is one of the biggest outdoor dance clubs in Goa. It is open between November and March. There are other big discos and nightclubs in South Goa as well, such as Club Zoya in Benaulim, Underground Pub in Margao, Silent Noise Club, and Club Margarita.
Agonda beach is one of two South Goa beaches where olive turtles are nesting. These amazing creatures are under threat of extinction, that’s why the beach is under federal protection and is kind of a protected zone.
Panchayat is a local government, which is struggling to not let the Agonda turn into another overcrowded and bustling resort.. Tourists are urged to keep quiet at night and not to turn on a bright light to not chase the turtles away.