‘Right on the beach at Bogmalo, with Coconut Creek a few yards down – owned by the same delightful people – is an unusual meeting of Scotland and Goa.
Dining:- The place is run by Agnelo’s brother Selvy who goes to the fish market daily so there is a constant supply of prime fish to the restaurant: prawns, shark, kingfish, crab… no wonder people come from far and wide to eat here. Joet’s is a guest house, a Coconut Creek on a modest scale, and you may share the swimming pool if you tire of the sea. Café-bars play western music but Bogmalo is still a small-scale resort, and the guest house still stands among battered fishing boats and wind-bent palms. It’s been a huge success considering it started life as a fisherman’s shack – and the beach is pretty much yours: a treat in Goa. The interiors are light and colourful, simple and charming: blue tiles in the restaurant, blue spreads on the beds, tiled floors, fans and mini-bars, tea and coffee trays and small balconies for the upstairs rooms. All have their own separate living room. The noise of giant waves tumbling onto the sands guarantees deep sleep.’, ‘Joet Resorts’, ‘Right on the beach at Bogmalo, with Coconut Creek a few yards down – owned by the same delightful people – is an unusual meeting of Scotland and Goa