While the rest of the world considers summer as the time to 'Hit The Beach!'. Mumbaikars have a very different timing for hitting the beach, you know... to avoid getting evaporated at sea. (For all distances mentioned, CST is the start point)
This serene spot is great for hearing the waves crash and watching the sun shoot brilliant colours at the sky. However, swimming is not advised due to tricky wet sands.
This shore serves the fishing community mainly comprising of the East-Indians. It is quiet and tucked away from the chaotic city life. It is well known for its delicious sea food and also some shrines, if you are in to that kind of stuff.
This beach is easy to miss, as are most of the best beaches. A little after the town of Revdanda, this beach has a lot to offer in terms of peace of mind and photographic oppurtunities. The portugese fort and the lighthouse will surely rejuvinate your senses.
This beach just south of Aksa Beach is a beach that is less visited by people. Which makes it the ideal beach for you to go and soak like a sponge.
Not very far from Mumbai, this is the kind of beach that you could hit probably just to witness a marvellous sunset and come back home for dinner. The location also boasts of good places to eat within a range of 10kms from the beach.
If the whole of Alibaug disappoints you, this beach will redeem it. Clean and serene, the sands are almost white and so smooth, you would not want to leave this place. The rocks you see in the picture are very real and are spread all over the beach. I would know because i've clicked this picture.
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