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Maharastra>>Bassein Beach
Once upon a time a Portuguese fortified city. the Marathas beseiged it in 1739. The ruins of the city walls can be still seen, amidst the brushwood and palmgroves. The wide beaches of Bassein used to be a place for ship building in the beginning of the 17th century. About 10 km to the northwest lies Nalasopara village, the capital of Konkan from 1500 BC - 1300 AD. Nalasopara is believed to have been Gautama Buddha's birthplace in a previous life. There are some extremely beautiful; churches in Bassein.

Maharastra>> Daman-Silvasa-Vapi
A Portuguese colony till it was liberrated in 1961. places of interest include Moti Daman Fort, light House, Gandhi Park & devika Beach. Silvasa: Also situated in vicinity is this tiny, sleepy town, with lush green forests, large water front & a gorgeous kaleidoscope of flora & fauna. Sightseeing includes Bal Udyan- a children's park with a mini zoo, Tribal Museum etc.
Maharastra>>Harnai Beach
Harnai is a very quiet beach situated at a distance of about 200-km from Mumbai. It is gaining tourist importance day by day and is usually visited by people from Pune and Mumbai during the weekends. There is an old fort too at Harnai, which is built in different levels. South of the Harnai fort is the palm-fringed beach of Murud, famous for its clean white sands and safe waters. Panhale Kazi, the famous rock-cut monument is 30-km from Murud-Harnai. Visit once and one will be left totally spellbound by the experience
Maharastra>>Madh Island Beach
Enjoy An Escapade Madh Island is another popular spot, which comes off surprisingly in the rural area of Mumbai's northwestern coast. It is dotted with the bungalows of the urban upper class. It has a reputation as a discreet place to throw beach parties and hold techno raves. Madh is lined by a series of unspoilt sandy beaches.
Maharastra>>Marine Drive-Chowpatty Beach
Marine Drive located in the central Mumbai, built in the 1920s and 1930s on land reclaimed from the sea, is Mumbai's most famous thoroughfare. It is also referred to as "Queen's Necklace" because of the dramatic line of street lamps lit up at night. Recently it has come to known as "Netaji Subhashchandra Bose Road" with Nariman Point on one end to Babulnath, at the foot of Walkeshwar on the other. Situated at the end of Marine Drive and the foot of Malabar Hill this expanse of sand and sea is the place where pleasure seekers come to relax after dusk in the cool sea breeze
Maharastra>> Murud Janjira Beach
160 km south of Mumbai is the impregnable island fortress of janjira. The 16th century capital of Siddis. One of Maharashtra's most impressive coastal forts. Janira fort belong to the Nawab of Janjira & could not conquered in more than 300 years. It is located along an island a short distance off the peaceful fishing town of Murad. Other attractions include Dattatraya Temple, 1 km away. The 'murti' has three heads reperesenting Brahma, Vishu and Maheshwara. The view from top of the temple is quite spectacular. Garambi lake: A 100 year old tank that supplies water to the townships. A few kms away are the two beautiful beaches of Nandgaon and Kashid.
Maharastra>>Dahanu-Bordi Beach
A quaint seaside town with a huge sprawling beach, Dahanu is situated in Thane district. This once barren land thrived under Irani settlers and boasts of some of the country's best 'chickoo' orchards. Quite near is 'Udwada' the sacred town of Paris. It has a large beautiful agiary which has a flame that's has been kept burning for almost a thousand years. A half hour drive down from Dahanu is the even sleepier village of Bordi. The beach is endless and very safe. Its get quite hot in summer. bordi si also known for its boarding schools.
Maharastra>>Ganapatipule Beach
A popular tourist attraction with its scenicbeaches and lush greenery. Flanked by stretches of scenery, Ganapatipule is the seaside resort of today-especially , for families. Some interesting day-trips are the Jaigad beach and the fort, the Velneshwar beach temple and Pawas, where Swami Swarupanand's Ashram is located. The added attraction is a 400 year old Swamyambhoo Ganpati Temple where thousands of devotees visit regularly. Nearby is Malgund, the birth place of Keshavsoot, the known Marathi poet.
Maharastra>>Juhu Beach
A decade ago the luxury hotels fronting this long stretch of sandy beach were as glamorous as it got among Mumbai's filmi crowd. Stories of wild pool parties at at the Holiday Inn and illicit tete-a-tetes at the Sun 'n' Sand Hotel were an essential ingredient of every film magazine's gossip columns. Juhu's allure is a little jaded these days, but its reputation is still strong enough to make it a must-do for every Indian tourist visiting Mumbai. When there was nothing more substantial at Juhu than a sprinkling of weekend bungalows, the Juhu airstrip used to be Bombay's international airport. JRD Tata landed here on his inaugural flight from Karachi in 1932, an event that marked the begining of what was to become Air India.
North of Alibag on the North Coast, lies the beach of mandwa. just 120 km away from Mumbai. On a clear day one can see the Gateway of India. The fishing village of Mandwa has a charm of its own with beautiful groves of coconut palms. Quite near is Kihim beach. For the young at heart and gypsy by spirit, MTDC organises an unusual tent holiday to give you feel of nature. Twenty tents lay nestled amidst the thick coconut groves. these tents also have modern aminities like fans, beds, blankets, cafeteria.
The beaches nearest to Mumbai and its bustling crowds. These tiny beaches lie, north of city, untouched by expansion and industrialization., The sunrises and sunsets here are enchanced by the hill ranges that frame the beach. Marve is the closest and quietest. This lovely fishing village has beautiful bunglows and wide clean beaches. A little furthur away are the more popular beaches of Gorai and Manori. A favourite of picnickers.
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