Extremely quiet, stunningly beautiful and standing aloof from the rough touristic life, Agonda Beach is the best place for those who are searching for a chance to escape from real life and everyday routine or for a chance to put their feet up and do nothing at least for a short period of time.
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 Beach turn into another overcrowded and bustling resort. The village is trying to avoid the environmental deterioration and to preserve its beauty for future generations. Everything you have done or just plan to do is for the reduction of waste, water and electricity consumption is also highly appreciated. Tourists are urged to keep quiet at night and not to turn on a bright light to not chase the turtles away.
In other words, the Agonda Beach is a very quiet place, which is not suitable for noisy companies and parties. On the other hand it is an ideal resort for complete relaxation, which will perfectly suit those people who are used to a harsh work schedule in their regular lives. Besides, the Agonda Beach will be a perfect place for unforgettable romantic holidays and the best chance for loving couples to escape noisy crowds and stay together far away from people and everyday life.
Despite its isolation, the beach has a well developed tourist infrastructure: guest-houses and bungalow complexes; nice restaurants which are glad to offer their visitors a huge variety of food and tasty dishes; shops where you can easily find whatever you want or need; other services, Internet, telephone and currency exchange. Prices here are very decent.