Margoa - Agonda Beach



The Margao - Agonda beach tour is an enchanting one for the people who want to spend some days amidst serenity and comfort. Located almost 37 Kilometers from Margao, the Agonda beach is the ideal place to stay in solitude.

The Agonda beach is more than two Kilometers in length and bordered by 120 acres of lush green forests. A sleepy fishing village is situated very close to the beach. The Margao to Agonda beach tour includes some other places of interests like the Cabo De Rama. The ancient fort is associated with great historical and mythological incidents. As per mythological beliefs, Rama and his family spent some days during his exile. The church located inside the fort complex is an added attraction of the place. It is one of the finest tours from Margao.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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