Goa - Majorda Beach

Majorda Beach


This is a stretch of 5 km very charming golden sand beach along the South India - Goa coastline.
The Majorda beach lie to the south of Bogmalo. The best Goan toddy can be found here, as well as the best European breads as a result of early European baker's immigration into the area. According to the Goan version of Ramayana, Lord Rama was kidnapped as a child and brought up at Majorda. Later, in pursuit of Sita, he camped at Cabo de Rama, a headland that lies further south and where there is now a fort.
It was an isolated beach but recently there is a growth of five star resorts in this area.
Majorda beach is quite uncrowded beach and if you don't  want to get disturbed by the hustler's of the other beaches you can very well find this as an escape place.
Beside from the restaurants at the resorts, there are few beach shacks close to the resorts offering good choice of Goan, Indian and Continental food. The seefood is fresh and abundant as Majorda it still an alive fisherman's village.

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Good swimming on non windy days.
Majorda is 18 km from Dabolim Airport and there is regular bus service from Margao.
10 minutes from Margao Konkan Railway Station.

Other Goa beaches
Anjuna, Arambol, Baga, Benaulim, Betalbatim, Calangute, Candolim, Cavelossim, Colva, Majorda, Mandrem, Morjim, Palolem, Panjim, Sinquerim, Vagator, Varca



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