Majorda Beach is where you can find best Goan bakers. This is where they were first taught the art of baking European breads. Legend says Lord Rama, in his childhood, was kidnapped and brought here. He later escaped and camped at Cabo-de-Rama towards south. Also, Majorda Beach is the venue for Goa’s Christmas Carnival. Mae De Deus Church is one of the highlights of this beach. This church was founded in 1588 A.D and was rebuilt in 1739 after destruction. Travelers can take home a wide variety in silks, Kashmiri handicrafts, wood carvings, jewelry etc. from the shops nearby.
Best Time to Visit :
Goa’s weather stays pleasant all around the year. Hence, you can visit this state anytime you want. If you want to visit Goa or Majorda Beach for water sports activities, monsoon season is best avoided.
Places to Stay :
Majorda Beach Resort is a beloved and recommended site for accommodation. It offers a lot more than mere accommodation, like casino, restaurant, swimming pool, spa, gym and what not. Shangrila Beach Hotel, Aila Diwa, Royal Orchid Beach Resort & Spa and Kenilworth Hotel & Resorts are its other strong competitors.
Places to Eat :
Chomp scrumptious Goan and other delights in Sam’s Shack, Greenland Bar & Restaurant, Majorda Beach Resort and Martin’s Corner.
Beach Activities :
Besides shopping and sunbathing, visitors can enjoy different water sports here. Water sports adventure like parasailing, waterskiing, jetskiing, etc are pretty common around Majorda Beach. Don’t forget to grab cakes and cookies from nearby bakeries.
How to Reach :
Majorda Beach is at a distance of 17 km from Goa International Airport (Dabolim). Nearest Railway Station is in Margao, 11 km away. There is easy connectivity with other parts of the state through buses, autos, taxis and rented vehicle.