Agonda, slightly to the north, seemed to have considerably fewer tourists than Palolem - it still has quite a few beach huts and restaurants, and a couple of shops too, but all in all was a lot quieter. I imagine in a few years time it will have caught up, but for now this is a good place to escape the crowds, particularly at the end of the season. It's a bit further away from convenient public transport stops, so it would be a good idea to have your own transport to get around - we visited while we were renting a scooter. I imagine you could also get there by tuk-tuk or taxi, if you're not looking to explore while you're there.
There are VERY few tourists in Agonda Beach, mostly because accommodation is scarce here, and what there is of it are cocohuts mainly.
It feels great to have the whole beach at your disposal, but no entertainment at all, so it can be boring staying here for a more than a few days.
Dominated by cliffs and the Portuguese Cabo de Rama Fort
is the little village of Agonda lying on the straches of South Goa
costal line. This beach here is simply gorgeous and totally unspoilt,
as it is not well connected by the local bus service.
If you happen to be mobile, then Agonda is a beach you have to soak in.