Cabo de Rama Beach 1/8 by Tripoto
Akul Bajaj
The specialty of this place is the cliff view of ocean. Only other place where I have seen such views is Gokarna and that too in the best of it's season. On reaching there you'll have to off-road a little (about 1 km). You can park your bikes/cars before the off roading section too and walk the way. The off roading is a little dangerous as the surface is rocky and it might mess up the chain sprocket of your bikes. We were lucky not to encounter any such problem.
Madhuree
41. Cabo de Rama BeachOne of the most beautiful beaches of Goa, this beach provides a picture perfect view from Cabo de Rama fort. Though a little trekking is required to reach here, every step is worth viewing this splendid beauty.
Nehal Jimit Desai
A set of crude steps lead down to the Cabo De Rama beach. The beach is fairly secluded owning to its distance from major towns and cities and is not particularly crowded. The beach can only be reached by private transport. There are no shacks on this beach but on my way from the Fort I found a little place which served a delicious Goan thali consisting of rice, fish curry, fried fish and salad. What better than an authentic Goan lunch when in Goa!
Nehal Jimit Desai
Day 2 – Cabo De Rama BeachFrom Canacona a deviation from the National Highway going to Karwar at Chinchinim, a quiet bumpy road goes towards the hills on the edge of the sea. At the end of this long winding road is the lonely Portuguese Cabo De Rama Fort. 
Malvika Mayur
Next up is Cabo De Rama, not the fort, but there's a beach there too. So Cola and Cabo De Rama are two beaches you cannot just walk into. You need to climb down a lot to reach the beaches. They are protected by huge cliffs on either sides. Cabo De Rama is my second favourite - again takes a little bit of effort to reach there.
Munish
white sand, clean, and yes, few people land up here.