It is the last beach of Goa in the South.An idyllically tranquil beach, still immaculate fringed by casuarinas that sway gingerly in the lilting sea breeze. One of the most treasured nesting sites for the endangered olive ridley turtle.

Sea Condition – November to March
Morning : Calm
Post Afternoon : Slight to Rough

Sea Condition – April to October
Morning : Slight to Rough
Post Afternoon: Rough to Very Rough

Lifeguard Beach Station
Lifeguard Station is located at main beach entry point.

Beach Timings
7:30 am to Sunset

Beach Popular For
It is a breeding site for the the protected Olive Ridley turtles. The complete northern part of this beautiful beach is used for turtles nesting and hence the long stretch of this golden sand beach is often completely isolated, apart from the one-off fishermen or children from the local village chasing crabs. 

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