Joecons Beach Resort

With three restaurants and a luxury spa, the Joecons Beach Resort provides rest and relaxation for all who visit.

The hotel is also home to one of Goa’s oldest seafood restaurants. Here, dinners by candlelight next to the ocean are the norm.

The pool is a great size and is framed by palm trees. In the pool, there’s even a shallow section that leads to a splash spot for the little ones. For adults, there’s a sunken bar where you can grab wine, beer, cocktails and snacks.

If you want to take rest and relaxation to the next level, there’s also an on-site spa and a gym.

Overview of Benaulim

India is a country of exciting contrasts. On a holiday to Goa, East meets West, creating a fusion of ideas, architecture and cuisine everywhere you look.

Goa was a territory of Portugal for over 450 years, so you’ll find European-style buildings and Portuguese cuisine everywhere. If you’re looking for a fun-filled break to India, then Goa’s the place to be. It’s the smallest state in the country, which makes Goa great for explorers looking to see everything it has to offer.

With a stay at the Joecons Beach Resort, you’re in the heart of the action. Close to Benaulim, there are restful and sandy beaches, as well as fascinating heritage sites.

Things to do in Goa

The Joecons Beach Resort is only a 10-minute stroll from Benaulim’s white-sand beach. Here, life’s a little laidback, and a handful of beach huts serve seafood cooked on a grill in front of you. Just off the beach, you’ll find crystal-clear waters that are perfect for snorkelling.

The beach in Benaulim is the star of the show, but the town provides plenty of sites to explore, including several churches. If you head south of Benaulim, you can also discover Cavelossim, which has cruises to see dolphins or up the Sal River to spot birds and fruit bats.

With restful coasts, palm-fringed beaches and captivating heritage sites, the charming and diverse Goa is fantastic. You’ll want to return time and time again.


Resort Summary

The main appeal of Benaulim is its beach. With soft sand and the gently lapping waters of the Arabian Sea, the beach at Benaulim, Goa, is one of the cleanest and best-kept in the state. It’s a relaxing place, which is never too crowded, but features a variety of moods, with shack cafés and clubs offering relative liveliness. Stroll along the beach to find quieter areas if that’s what you prefer. Although there are sunbeds and tourist facilities, it’s still an active fishing village, with the local fishermen pulling their small wooden boats up on the beach to unload and sort their catches. You’ll also likely encounter cows walking in the shallow surf, along with the resident crabs.