It even has a small lagoon and a 17th century fort nearby.
Located in a bay, its breathtaking beauty makes up for almost getting lost on the way there. The only way by land is to take the NH 66 towards Cola village.
Turn north-east and drive on a broken old road which will lead you to a small platform.
You’ll spot a few swimmers here but like you they are there to escape the crowds of more popular beaches nearby.
Read more: 5 of the world’s most secluded hotels This is a pristine stretch of alluring white sand close to Fort Aguada and relatively quiet despite the luxury resorts in the background.
You can’t miss their black capes and orange-brown faces. Read more: Best beaches close to India Even locals, who don’t live nearby, have never heard of this beach before.