Vengurla & Malvan White Sand Beach

Vengurla located at the extreme south of Maharashtra, It is famous for its long white sand and it is covered with jackfruit, coconut, and groves of mango. Vengurla city is in Sindhudurg district. It is taluka place, and it is include many well-known temples: Shri Ganesh, Shri Ravalnath, Shri  Navadurga, Shri Sateri, and Shri Rameshwar temple. It comes under rhe Konkan region.
Malvan is the one of the 8 talukas of Sindhudurga district and it is lies on Inner Island and now part of mainland. It is holiday destination which hold something for every soul. It is extreme holiday vacation with not to forgettable mouthwatering Malvani cuisines. With a long attractive coast and beaches extending from Achre in north of Devbag. Malvan having turquoise blue sea and talcum white sand beaches. It is rare place in Maharashtra where you indulge swimming to explore exciting underwater life. Due to rocky terrain of malvan it holds two forts that is Padmgad.

Vengurla - Malvan Beach

Tourist Attraction:

Sindhudurg: It is a sea fort built by Maratha emperor Shivaji in 1664.

Rock Garden: It is located at Arase Mahal on rocky shore of Malvan.

Tondavali Beach: Located at 19 km of north side of Malvan.

Temples: Shri Ganesh, Shri Ravalnath, Shri Navdurga, Shri Sateri, and Shri Rameshwar temple.

Food: Malvani food is delicious and unforgettable.

How to Reach:

By Air: Nearest airway is in Mumbai (Mumbai-Malvan: 500 km) and Pune (Pune-Malvan: 400 km)

By Rail: Nearest railhead is in kudal on konkan railway.

By Road:  By MSRTC bus Malvan-Mumbai 514 km And Vengurla 522 km from Mumbai

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