Best beaches of Maharashtra

Best beaches of Maharashtra

Maharashtra is a coastal state of India with a good number of seaside resorts and beaches. Beaches of Maharashtra have a pleasant climate all around the year. One of the major features of the beaches of Maharashtra is a fact that they live essentially safe waters, making them the perfectly ideal family beach sites. The state of Maharashtra has a long coastline of 720 kms with the Arabian Sea stretching from Dahanu and Bordi in the North up to Goa proceeding southwards.

Famous beaches in Maharashtra are:

Madh Island Beach
Juhu Beach
Chowpatty Beach
Ganapatipule Beach
Murud – Janjira
Baseein beach
Harnai Beach
Dahanu-Bordi Beaches
Kihim & Mandwa
Vijaydurg – Sindhudurg
Tarkarli beach
Velneshwar beach
Vengurla – Malvan
Diveagar Beach
Aksa Beach

Bassein Beach:

The Bassein beach is in the peaceful location about 77 kms away from Mumbai city. Those who wish to enjoy peaceful environment must visit Basssein beach. One can see ruined forts that were built by the Portuguese inside dense forests of brushwood and palm grooves. Locals serve delicious Portuguese cuisines as well. Vajreshwari Temple, Akloli hot springs, Sadguru Nityanand Maharaj Samadhi Mandir at Ganeshpuri, Bhimeshwar Temple and other ashrams are also worth to visit. There are also few churches of Portuguese near Bassein beach.

Juhu Beach:

Juhu Beach is one of the most famous beaches of Maharashtra state as well as throughout India located on the shores of Arabian Sea in Mumbai. Every tourist whoever visits Mumbai city comes to Juhu Beach to enjoy the beauty of sand and sea. The beach, which almost seems deserted during weekdays, always tends to get very crowded on weekends.

Chopwpatty beach:

The Chopwpatty beach is situated in the heart of Mumbai and has got rich historical link ups with the freedom movement. Presently this is the spot where Lord Ganesha’s images are immersed after the conclusion of the Ganesha Chaturthi festival.

Ganapatipule Beach:

Ganapatipule Beach is one of the most important beaches of Maharashtra covered with fresh greeneries. The waters of Ganapatipule are crystal clear and pristine. The Ganapatipule is also known as a pilgrimage site for its 400-year-old temple of Swayambhu Ganpati. One can see a glimpse of the entire beach, which is covered with white sand and blue waters from the top of the hill.

Vengurla  Malvan beach:

In the Southern part of the Maharashtra coastline the Vengurla Malvan beach is situated which is for its long stretch of shimmering sand, lined with thick cashew, coconut, jackfruit and mango groves. There are Vengurla rocks, which are known as Burnt Islands.

Kihim and Mandwa beach:

Mandawa is a beautiful and clean beach located about 20-kms from Alibaug from Mumbai. Those searching for quite surroundings, the nearby Kihim beach with its unspoilt and isolated ambience is a lovely place. Kihim has dense coconut trees that give a pollution free green environment. This is a place for the nature lovers who want to spend some time with the beauty of the nature.