This beach is 6 km long and has lots of water sports like aero boats, pedal boats, rowboats, water scooters, and many more.
In 1832, British officer John Oswald built this lighthouse. Ganpatipule's primary attraction is this archaic engineering marvel.
Mountain-ocean convergence created these beaches. This long, secluded beach's pristine sand surface offers a stunning sunset.
Bhandarpule's coastline has suru trees. The sea's bluish-green tint is stunning. Bhandarpule's beach is quieter than Ganpatipule's.
It is thought to be Lord Ganesha's self-made monolith, which was found 1600 years ago. From 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., you can visit this temple.
There are sculptures of Shivaji Maharaj in the museum, as well as artefacts from their time, sea forts, and many other historical things.
This beach is a popular place to have a picnic with friends and family and spend time together in peace. It is an old city that is known for its tasty coconut and mangoes.
Hedvi Ganesh Temple contains a ten-armed 3-foot idol. Hence, it is named "Dashbhuja Ganpati"—"Das" meaning ten and "Bhuj" meaning hand.
This temple was built to honour Lord Ganesha, who is important to Hindus. This mandir is built like a pagoda, with three layers of roof, which is typical of the Buddhist style.
Chiplun is a small Maharashtra town far from Ratnagiri. Mango groves along the Vashishti River make this site famous.
This is a very old Hindu temple built in the traditional Hindu style. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati were honoured by building this temple.