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A Quick Guide To Agonda Beach, South Goa - FootLoose Dev
I carefully chose to spend a bigger portion of my time in Goa on a three-kilometre stretch of sand known as Agonda Beach. And Sonho do Mar, which offers cosy beach huts became my home for almost a fortnight. Compared to a few other beaches in the south, Agonda beach turned out to be a little touristy. It looked more like an island in Bali than it did a part of India, with a majority of Western Europeans claiming the beach. It housed a diverse mix of tourists – independent travellers, elderly couples and families – which, I think, helped create a pleasant atmosphere. It was certainly not a wild party place but was certainly not a boring, nothing-to-do destination either. What made it even more perfect was the fact that the kind of tourists that visited Agonda beach were not interested in moon beach raves, and late night parties. During my entire time at Agonda beach, the beach went amazingly quiet right after midnight. I could hear sea waves the entire night, just as clearly as …