Compared to the many, more popular, beaches of Goa, the Rajbagh Beach is a little known stretch of paradise which is much quieter and cleaner. A scenic tree lined place, it is situated in the Canacona taluka of South Goa about 12 kilometres from the Palolem Beach which lies further south. Two rivers mark the Rajbagh Beach’s limits in the north and south. The nearby beach front hotel resort is credited with going to great lengths to keep the Beach cleaner than its neighbouring beaches.
There are hardly any eateries on or near the Beach, except for a shack which is owned and run by the hotel resort. A few thatched spots mark places where one can see a sprinkling of foreign tourists, most guests of the hotel resort, sunning themselves. The area is sparsely populated and very few families live nearby in a small cluster of houses. Local women can be seen selling bottled water, juices and other refreshments on the Beach.