The Sernabatim Beach is actually the southern part of South Goa’s Colva beach. It has come to be identified as an independent beach area possibly because it is so much more quieter, cleaner and less crowded than the main stretch of the Colva beach. The Beach has some dunes, and is one of the places on Goa’s coastline where sporadic nesting of the endangered olive ridley turtles takes place.
There’s basically nothing much to see or do here except catch some sun, chat up the locals and go for a boat ride for fun or to watch dolphins in the wild.There are a few beach shacks and eateries here if you want to go some place to eat, drink and/or just hang out. The neighbourhood also has a few hotels and the like. It’s a good place to catch a great sunset.