Morjim Beach in the Morjim Village is an isolated beach near the Chapora River. The beach has been designed especially to protect the endangered olive ridley turtles. It is close to the Zuari River, which flows into the Arabian Sea. The village of Morjim is known for the traditional Goan folk dance, Ghode Modni and the Goan sweet, Maddachem Godd. Other important attractions near the beach are the Viranchi Bhatti, a memorial structure and a 250 years old temple complex having five different shrines.
Goa 403519, India