In & AroundJoecons Beach Resort sits close to the village of Benaulim and is surrounded by paddy fields all over. Benaulim is a census town in South Goa district in the state of Goa, India.
It is a beach town which is in little south of Margao in Goa, India.
This former Portuguese colony offers a little for everyone, from sightseeing to thrilling water sports. Visit the UNESCO protected Old Town, walk down to the beach and try your hand at windsurfing, taste fresh seafood, and sample the much talked about nightlife. The rooms as the property itself are spacious and come with all the mod-cons required for a comfortable stay. The sprawling Joecons Beach Resort offers a quiet resting place for travelers in the extremely popular beach town of Goa.
Benaulim is a town of immense natural beauty, located along the scenic south Goa coastline. Legend has it that Lord Parashurama, incarnation of Lord Vishnu, shot an arrow from the Sahyadri Mountains in adjacent Konkan; the arrow (Baan in Sanskrit) landed at the site of this present-day town. Thus, it was known as Banahalli or Banavalli (the village of the arrow) before the advent of the Portuguese. Ancient Banavalli had a magnificent temple dedicated to Shiva and Parvati, known as Katyayani Baneshvar ruins, of which can be still found in the village. The deities were shifted to Aversa in Northern Kanara (modern Uttara Kannada) in the 16th century.
Goa is also flooded with numerous historical monuments and eye catching sights. For the historically inclined, Goa is just ethereal. There are several Churches in Goa which testify the rich historical past of the city. Some of the popular Churches in Goa are; Mary Immaculate Conception, Reis Magos Church, St. Anne Church, Church of St. Augustine, St. Paul Church etc..
Goa is also home to numerous forts and museums that offer glimpses of a culturally rich state.
25 kilometres from Goa airport,
10 kms from Madgaon Railway Station
8 kms from Kadamba Bus Stand (Margao)