Ganapatipule is a small town located in Ratnagiri district on the Konkan coast of Maharashtra. The town of Chiplun is to its north.
Guhagar is a census city in Ratnagiri district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. The guhagar is known for its virgin beach, coir items, coconuts, betel nuts and mainly Haapus Alphanso mangoes.
Anjarle Beach, a beautiful and unspoilt white sand beach, is located in Ratnagiri District. Anjarle Beach is an idyllic place for the whole family to enjoy swimming.
Marleshwar is a place in Sangameshwar subdivision of Ratnagiri district in the Indian state of Maharashtra. Marleshwar is known for the Cave Shiva Temple, where devotees handle venomous snakes every year thousands of devotees visit the temple and perform ablutions in the nearby Bav river.
Gateway of Ratnagiri
The Gateway of Ratnagiri is located at the Ratnagiri Jetty, on the Mandavi Beach in Ratnagiri District of Maharashtra. This structure with a sloping roof, is found at the head of the bay, overlooking the Arabian Sea.
Mandavi Beach is located in the vicinity of Ratnagiri Town of Maharashtra. This beach, which extends up to Rajiwada Port, is bordered by Ratnadurg Fort to its west and the Arabian Sea to its south.
Kunkeshwar Beach near Sindhudurg is one of the safest beaches in Konkan. This 5 km stretch of sloping sand dunes bordered by coconut and mango trees attracts many tourists from across the country.
Ratnadurg Fort is located in the town of Ratnagiri in Ratnagiri District of Maharashtra. Built by the Bahamanis in the 16th century, this fort later became the property of the Adil Shahis. The fort, situated at a distance of 4 km from the town center, is one of the chief attractions of Ratnagiri.
Gopalgad Hill is situated in Anjanvel village in Ratnagiri district. This hill is known for the hill fort built by Siddisad, a chieftain of Bijapur dynasty. Conquered by the Marathas, Peshwas and finally the British, this fort was built to protect Dabhol, an ancient port city.
Jaigad Fort is a coastal fortification that is located at the tip of a peninsula in Ratnagiri District, in the state of Maharashtra, India. Nestled on a cliff, it overlooks a bay formed where the Shastri river enters the Arabian Sea.
Deogarh Fort in Ratnagiri.