Sindhudurg In Maharashtra: Explore Historical City In Konkan!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Sindhudurg's beaches are emerald, like as Tarkarli Beach with its pristine seas and white sand, will leave a lasting impact.

There is a small shrine to Shivaji Maharaj inside the fort. The amazing fort is surrounded by a huge wall and covers almost 48 acres.

Sindhudurg Fort

This amazing place is worth going to if you like quiet places. From the top of the lighthouse, you can see the sea in all directions.

Vengurla’s Lighthouse

One can enjoy the banana ride, the bumper ride, paramotoring, scuba diving, and parasailing. This is a great place to spend magical times with family and friends.

Tsunami Island

Kunkeshwar Temple is a very old Shiva temple with beautiful architecture that looks like it was made in the South Indian style.

Kunkeshwar Temple

Malvan Marine Sanctuary is the only marine sanctuary in the state, and it has a wide range of plants and animals.

Malvan Marine Sanctuary

Jal Mandir is named because its location in a tiny pond. The journey to this stunning shrine in a natural woodland is thrilling.

Sateri Devi Jal Mandir

It has a long history. In 1638, the Dutch had a trade settlement at Vengurla, where they fed their ships while they blocked Goa for 8 months.

Dutch Factory

This beach is one of the most popular places to go because it has a great view of the grand Sindhudurg Fort, which stands high above the fierce waves of the Arabian Sea.

Wairy Bhatwadi Beach

Tondavali has a clean, unexplored beach with lots of water sports, and you can walk along the sea from Talashil to Achara, which is about 10 km away.

Talashil Tondavali Beach

Devbag Beach has everything you'd want from a perfect beach, and it really captures the beauty of nature.

Devbag Beach