Majorda beach is among those South Goan beaches that draw huge crowds. The golden sands, the swaying palm trees and the calm, tranquil azure Arabian Sea water make the beach simply enchanting.
You may watch the adventure lovers enjoying the water sports and couples enjoying walks at leisure. The beach draws a number of the tourists who find it highly relaxing to spend some time on the beach or just chill at one of the shacks.
Majorda Beach offers something to all kinds of travelers. There are a number of the stalls at the street side. You may find the famous Goan funky souvenirs. Majorda also has a number of churches that display the Portugues architecture, something you may find all across Goa.
If you are interested in a truly offbeat activity, there is Ashvek Vintage Car Museum. You will find various models of the cars as old as 1886 as well as the inter-related paraphernalia. And if that does not interest you, visit the highway and you will find the Go Karting and Paintball facilities nearby.
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Best Time to Visit Majorda Beach
It is in between October and March for the climate is highly pleasant.
Stay Near Majorda Beach
Almost all may find an accommodation to suit their budget. There are resorts, guest houses as well as hotels. There are TGF Dream Guest House, C Pearl Guest House, Martin’s Comfort, Shirley’s Guest House and Majorda Beach Resort. These are not only affordable, but also comfortable. However, if you are looking for a sophisticated accommodation, you may opt for Alila Diwa Goa.
Restaurants Near Majorda Beach
There are various shacks that offer delicious cuisine. These include Sam’s Goan Shack, Camron’s Beach Shack, Mish-Mar etc. Martin’s Corner at the road towards Betalbatimcan is considered legendary and is a must visit. It is a favourite place to be visited by a majority of Goans. Besides, there are several other interesting dining options including Pentagon Restaurant and Camron Restaurant.
Tips for Visiting Majorda Beach
Majorda is a well-known name for its bread and bakeries also. If you feel like enjoying some of the best baked pattices and croquettes, it is advisable to visit Anjona Bakery or the Masterchef Victoria Bakery.
How to Reach Majorda Beach?
You will not get a direct bus to Majorda. Once you reach Padre Conceicao College of Engineering and Father Agnel Ashram, it is easier to reach the Majorda Beach Road off NH66. You may rent a vehicle or hire a taxi to reach the beach.
Air:The airport at Dabolim is 20 km from the beach.
Rail:The railway station at Madgaon is 12 km from the beach.
Road:You may also drive either along NH66 or MDR43, also called Dabolim-Cavelossim Road. The road turns towards Majorda Beach Road.
San Diego International Airport
Please arrive by 10:20 AM for a prompt departure at 10:50 AM