The last beach on the stretch is Galgibaga Beach, also known as the Turtle Beach as that's where turtle nesting happens in season. This is the most secluded beach I have been to in Goa and trust me, it's beautiful. The water is slightly rough and also pulls you in sometimes, but there's not a single soul on the beach, apart from maybe a few 4-5 people practicing slack-lining or hula hooping while sipping on beer.
Blue Planet Cafe
For those who don't want to give up on eating healthy even in Goa, Blue Planet Café promises to be a food paradise. The award-winning vegan eatery serves nutritious food without compromising on taste and flavours. Located in a remote location near Agonda Beach, the cafe serves everything from enticing smoothies to salads, soups, main course and dessert.Cost for two: Rs 1,200Where to stayDepending on how large your pockets are, here are some great options for a fantastic stay in Goa:Indulgent
2)Chapoli Dam:It was almost 6 pm by the time we reached the Dam. The area gets deserted and we were the only tourists there. It is quite a lovely place to visit.All those who are looking for a luxurious stay in South Goa, Lalit is definitely recommended. And do keep eye on their packages.