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Murud Harnai

One of the most popular beaches in Dapoli, Harnai is a long flat beach with the Suvarnadurg fort looming in the horizons on the northern side and the vast expanse of sandy beach extending upto Karde and further towards the southern side. Murud Harnai beach is perfect weekend spot from Mumbai/Pune. Murud is long stretched unspoiled beach surrounded with coconut and palm trees. Also good number of beach resorts are available for family/group picnics. Don’t miss fresh and delicious Konkani Sea food. Named after one of the greatest visionaries the nation has seen to date, the Harnai beach or the …

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Anjarle Beach

Anjarle Beach Anjarle Beach is one of the finest places in Konkan just 20 km from Dapoli. Anjarle is famous for the ‘Kadyawarcha Ganpati’ (Ganesh temple upon a cliff) and is the primary attraction in Anjarle along with the pristine Anjarle beach. The Anjarle Ganpati temple has a rare “Ujwya Sondecha Ganpati” – Ganesh idol with its trunk turned towards right and is frequented by devotees and tourists alike. Anjarle is one of the secluded beaches in Dapoli. Anjarle has a clean beach with a cover of white sand and is surrounded by palms and trees. Located near an estuary …

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Ladghar Beach

I am the Ladghar Beach, but the people have given men a holy name and that name is Tamas Teertha. Well, there is a reason behind calling my name, I am called Tams Teertha because at times during the evening when the sun is setting, the Arabian sea, which touches me every time turn into red, and if not in red then in orange. And, this is one of the main reasons which are why tourists and travelers visit me. Ladghar beach is a small stretch of beach seperated from Karde beach by a rocky stretch. The northern end of …

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Dabhol Beach

Dabhol Beach Dabhol Beach – Dabhol town is located on the south-west border of Dapoli tahashil. Vashishthi River flowing from Chiplun merges into the sea at Dabhol and is called as Dabhol creek. Chandikadevi Mandir (temple of Goddess Chandika) and a fishing jetty are the major attractions here and have made it increasingly popular as a tourist destination in Konkan. The idol of Godess Chandika here, believed to be have formed naturally on its own (Swayambhu) and the temple is underground in a natural cave. To reach the diety, you have to pass through a low darkened passage. No light …

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