Common Home Agonda beach Goa

Common Home Agonda beach, Goa is located within walking distance from the beach. Common Home Agonda have friendly and courteous staff ready to help wherever possible. Also, a number of Italian, Indian, Goan restaurants serving delectable regional and international cuisines are located within walking distance of their resort.

The beach is famous as a Olive Ridley Turtle nesting site. These animals are endangered. Please keep the noise level and the lights down at night at the beach to give them a chance to nest. The Panchayat ( village administration) is very invested in not allowing Agonda to become another overcrowded Palolem. Anything you can do to minimize waste, save water or electricity will be much appreciated since the village is struggling to avoid environmental degradation and preserve it’s beauty for the next generation.

Agonda Beach 2

Agonda Beach 1

Agonda Beach 3

Agonda Beach 2

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Agonda Beach 3

Common Home 1

Common Home 1

Common Home 2

Common Home 2

Common Home 3

Common Home 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities:
– Secure parking and safe deposit service
– 24 hour reception
– Wi-Fi internet access and phone facilities
– Room cleaning & laundry service
– Booking service for mopeds, motor cycles, yoga, massage, boat trips, etc

Room Types:

Eco Beach Huts with Attached bathrooms: 

There are 6 sea facing traditional wooden/bamboo Beach huts literally a stone’s throw away from Agonda Beach, each with its own outside seating area and attached bathroom. All the huts have been lovingly constructed out of local traditional Indian materials but with the benefit of modern facilities such as fans, power sockets, lighting and mosquito nets. The 6 beach huts all have modern showers and WC’s which are kept spotlessly clean by our attentive and friendly Goan staff. These huts are perfect for watching the sunset and are only a few seconds stroll to the sea.

Eco Hut 1

Eco Hut 1

Eco Hut 2

Eco Hut 2

Eco Hut exterior

Eco Hut exterior

Eco Hut room

Eco Hut room

View from Eco Hut

View from Eco Hut

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rates:

01 Oct to 30th Nov 2014 Rs. 2,000
01 Dec to 20th Jan 2015 Rs. 3,000
21st Jan to 15th May 2015 Rs. 2,500

Minimum 2 nights booking is mandatory. 8.66% Tax applicable on above rates.

We would love to plan a Happy Trip for you

Please call us on +919820976655/+919821232094 or email us at contact@simplyoffbeat.com

Beach Front AC Rooms with Attached bathrooms:

In the stone built Portuguese designed buildings there are 8 en-suite & air-conditioned, marble floored rooms (4 on the ground floor and 4 rooms on the 1st floor) with modern showers and Western toilets. The rooms are also only a few meters from the beach. There are two first floor balcony rooms, and one ground floor balcony room, each facing directly onto the beach. The remaining five rooms are resort facing, although you can be guaranteed an exceptional view of the sea from each and every room. Each room contains traditional Maharaja style hand carved Indian furniture combined with modern facilities including, fans, power sockets, mosquito nets, shaving / make-up mirrors, wardrobes and all have attached showers.

 

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Rates:

 

01 Oct to 30th Nov 2014 Rs. 3,000
01 Dec to 20th Jan 2015 Rs. 4,000
21st Jan to 15th May 2015 Rs. 3,500

Minimum 2 nights booking is mandatory. 8.66% Tax applicable on above rates.

We would love to plan a Happy Trip for you

Please call us on +919820976655/+919821232094 or email us at contact@simplyoffbeat.com

Places of Tourist Attraction Near Agonda Beach Goa:

Cabo De Rama Fort: This is one of the oldest forts in Goa, built before the arrival of the Portuguese. With the historic significance related with its name, Cabo De Rama has a mythological legend. Lord Rama accompanied by his wife Sita took refuge here during his exile from Ayodhya for 14 years. Inside the Cabo De Rama Fort, there is the church of Santo Antonio which is in excellent condition and is still used by devotees. The white church and the black fort provide a photographic picture of stark contrast.

People come here to pray and just enjoy the mystical atmosphere of the fort. Cliffs drop steeply to the sea provide a panoramic outlook of the surrounding areas, at the western side of the fortress. The fort provides majestic views of the entire length of Colva beach and the Canacona stretch.

Cabo De Rama Beach

Cabo De Rama Beach

View from Cabo De Rama

View from Cabo De Rama

Cabo De Rama Fort Cannons

Fort Cannons

 

 

 

 

 

 

Palolem beach: Palolem beach is a natural bay surrounded by lofty headlands on either sides, resulting in a calm, idyllic sea with a gently sloping bed which allows you to walk up to 100 m out from the beach.

The beach is largely unspoiled and is inhabited by both local fishermen and by foreign tourists who live in shacks along the shore or in the main village itself. It is about 1.61 km long and is crescent-shaped – one can view the whole beach from either end. Both ends of the beach consist of rocks jutting out into the sea. The depth of the sea increases gradually, it being shallowest at the northern ends of the beach, making it safe for average swimmers, and the currents are not fast.

Palolem beach 1

Palolem beach 1

Palolem beach 2

Palolem beach 2

Palolem beach 3

Palolem beach 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Butterfly beach: It is a tiny beach cove that lies just to the north of Palolem beach. The sands here are perfectly white and the water translucent. There is no access to the beach by road since the area is heavily forested. One can take a 2 hour trek through the forest. No vehicles, not even bikes can make the trip through the forest since the road takes one through brooks, steep climbs, fields and forested areas.

Butterfly Beach 1

Butterfly Beach 1

Butterfly Beach 2

Butterfly Beach 2

Boat to Butterfly Beach

Boat to Butterfly Beach

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kola or Cola Beach: A secluded, unspoily beach for those seeking peace. Khola or Cola beach is for those who want privacy and relaxation. It’s on the way to Cabo de Rama fort. The beach is actually three small bays, separated by large rocks. The middle beach covers a lagoon that stretches back into the jungle. When you walk down the stairs you’ll walk straight into the ‘Blue Lagoon’, the only option for eating and drinking on Cola beach.

Cola Beach 1

Cola Beach 1

Cola Beach 2

Cola Beach 2

Cola Beach 3

Cola Beach 3

Cola Beach 4

Cola Beach 4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Restaurants:

Whilst Agonda Beach Retreat do not have a Restaurant, Agonda Beach itself offers a vast range of culinary highlights – most of them just a few minutes away and within walking distance:

The closest restaurant to Agonda Beach Retreat is Fatima Bar & Restaurant which is less than a minute’s walk. They specialize in Breakfast menus, Japanese & organic breakfasts, Chinese food, Russian food, proper English fish and chips and a healthy juice bar.

Blue Planet cafe – one of Goa’s best vegetarian, vegan and health food restaurants. Family run organic vegetarian vegan cafe in a beautiful natural setting. Very friendly staff serving great healthy wholesome food. Fantastic juices and smoothies. Vegan cakes and deserts.

Romance – The food is slightly overpriced, but it’s clean and tasty and the owners will let you sit there all day on a meal. The banana porridge is pretty good. They also have very nice and colorful (and nice inside) shacks they rent out.

Viva Agonda – Specializes in Thai, Israeli and Middle Eastern food.

The Tandoor – for the best Tandoori cuisine and Indian food.

German bakery – German bread, pastries, cakes, real coffee etc.

La dolce vita – Serve Italian pastas, pizzas and Italian food.