Visit Prakasam, The Beach City In Andhra Pradesh!

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Gopika VC

Over 2400 years ago, the influence of Buddhism on the Prakasam area made it widespread. This ideal area features numerous beaches, reservoirs, ancient temples, and wildlife reserves.

Vodarevu Beach is also known as Chirala Beach. Chirala City's handloom industry and beaches are world-renowned.

Chirala Beach

Tripuranthakam is a picturesque tiny town in Prakasam. Ancient temple built by the Kakatiyas dynasty


Pakala Beach is situated in the Singaraya Konda Mandal, Pakala hamlet in Andhra Pradesh's Prakasam district. It is one of the cleanest beaches in the district of Prakasam.

Pakala Beach

The Gundlakamma Reservoir is a lovely seasonal waterway that originates in the Nallamala Hills in the Prakasam district of east-central Andhra Pradesh.

Gundlakamma Reservoir

Andhra Pradesh's Prakasam district's most visited place is Kothapatnam. This is a scenic beach with long stretches of sand, perfectly clear blue water of the beach

Kothapatnam Beach

Bhairavakona is one of the sacred sites in the centre of the Nallamal Hills in the Prakasam district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.


Rallapad Reservoir is situated across the Manneru river from Rallapad village in the Andhra Pradesh district of Prakasam.

Rallapad Reservoir

Ramayapatnam Beach is located on the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Andhra Pradesh Tourist Development Corporation (APTDC) built this beach to promote tourism in Prakasam.

Ramayapatnam Beach

From 1906 to 1921, Prakasam farmers were irrigated by Mopadu Reservoir near the Manneru river.

Mopadu Reservoir

Malakonda is a tiny settlement in Valetivari Palem. This settlement is home to a well-known temple dedicated to Hindu Narasimha, one of Vishnu's avatars.