Majorda has a little beach that extends about 5 Kms north of Colva Beach along the coastline. Majorda beach embodies long paths of palm woods trees and its clear water hails from the Arabian Sea. The beach is the area of numerous lodgings. This beach is also famous for celebrating and hosting the Goa Christmas Carnival each winter. Swimming at the beach is an uncommon fascination, and sufficient number of lifeguards is accessible on the beach for safety and security of tourists.
Majorda beach is renowned for its bread and bakers. This was the spot where the custom of preparing European style breads, began. The popular Goan Toddy, which is the fermented breads made from the sap of coconut palm, was found here. Majorda Beach of Goa also has a solid bearing upon the Indian mythology. Legends accepted that Lord Rama was abducted and carried to the Majorda beach during his childhood. It is likewise said that Lord Rama went to the beach looking for his wife, Sita. He is said to have come to Cabo-de-Rama, which lies in he southern some piece of the beach.
One can appreciate a heaps of water recreations at the Querim beach and even set out for some paragliding. The beach is however not safe for swimming and one should decline swimming near the mouth of the Tiracol estuary.
Tourist Attractions – Places to See in Majorda Beach
Mae De Deus Church: The Church was found in 1588 A.D. After being destroyed in 1738, it was rebuilt in 1739.
Location of Majorda Beach
Majorda beach is a famous beach in Goa situated in the southern part of Bagmola. It is situated at a distance of 4 km from Margao and 5 km from the Colva Beach. The beach is 18 km from the Dabolim Airport. Many of the other popular destinations of Goa like Arossim, Benaulim, Velsao, Varca, Ponda, Salcette and Bogmalo lie at short distances from the Majorda Beach.
Accommodation in Majorda Beach (Hotels and Resorts)