Agonda is a three-kilometer long, beautiful cove of white sand, secluded in the palms. Also known as the silent beach.
The Agonda village is surrounded by a lush green cover of about 120 acres of forest land. A sleepy, village life is easily tangible once you enter the Agonda village. The Agonda village lives it life at a much easier and sedate pace as compared to the other beach front villages nearby. Villagers working in the emerald green paddy fields, fishermen drying their catch and a passing whiff of the Goan 'Fenny', is what you feel and experience when in Agonda.
You can take a taxi from Margao/Madgaon railway station or the Airport. It is advisable that you negotiate before hiring the vehicle. From Chaudi, the nearest town. Almost same price for a taxi from the Canacona railways station.
Agonda lies 37 kms. South of Margao and 10 km north of Chaudi.
It's natural that tourists have their own class and preference in matter of staying in beach huts. You can easily segregate the classes of beach huts, cottages or beach resort according to your set budget. On may want to stay in classy beach cottage with all superb facilities and so one may will to stay in cheap beach huts with just basic facilities. Such type of accommodation becomes necessary if tourists are going to spend couple of month then it's quite a wise and feasible option. Following are some beach huts with different types of classes so that tourists need not to waste their precious time and money. One thing tourists should keep in mind while looking out for an accommodation on any beach is that price will differ in sea-view cottages and garden view cottages.
“ My stay at Dersy was absolutely fantastic, it’s right next to the beach, the rooms are clean and comfortable at a reasonable price, there’s a great on site restaurant with good choice; Finally Jess and the other staff are AMAZING - so friendly and helpful, I have just returned from my stay here and I would most definitely recommend it. Thank you!!!
“ Easy to find (turn left from Agonda church and the signboard will come up on your right), ample parking, relaxed and friendly staff. The rooms and bathrooms are basic, comfortable and clean. The AC works well, we didn't need mosquito nets at all. A little noisy if you're right up in front. If huts are not your thing, consider staying at their guesthouse just across the road. You can literally wake up and walk down to the sea. Maria & Ignacio the owners keep a sharp eye on things and Arjun and Vi
“ I had a beautiful hut, where I rested for two weeks, with the sound of the waves sending me off into a peaceful sleep each night. I’d much rather be there than in a 5 star resort! Simple, uncomplicated, perfect ❤️