Anjarle Beach is a place where every week people flock to spend a quiet and serene weekend filled with every possible tourist activity. Anjarle beach provides many sightseeing points to the tourists. From exploring the scenic beach and its pleasant waves to places of devotional worship, Anjarle has them all. Even the distance is not much as it is only 220 kilometers away from Mumbai and 200 kilometers away from Pune. So those looking forward to two to three days of beach comfort and sightseeing must visit Anjarle.
Amongst the best places to see at Anjarle beach is the beach itself because there are very few beaches in India which match the scenic brilliance of the Anjarle beach. The sand is white in color and reflects the sunlight above, making it shine like a layout of diamonds. The green cover of palms and trees make sure that nature is omnipresent in the beach and keeping a lookout. The beach is fairly long, around two kilometers, making it perfect for a lazy walk during sunset. So lazily sitting by the sun in the white sand is one of the many perfect ways of spending a weekend at Anjarle.
Kadyavarcha Ganapati temple, Anjarle:
As mentioned earlier, there is no lack of places to see if one plans to visit Anjarle beach as a tourist. Kadyavarcha Ganpati is one of the popular destinations in anjarle. There are several places to see at Anjarle beach and the Kadyavarcha Ganapati temple is the one devotional tourist sport nobody wants to miss. The Ganesha idol is at his most magnificent in the temple, along with a beautifully constructed pond and another small temple of Lord Shiva in front of the main temple. From the temple, a beautiful view of the beach and the nearby hills can be seen and hence tourists frequently visit the temple. Read More about Kadyavarcha Ganpati
Shree Keshavraj and Shree Vyagreshwar Temple, Anjarle:
For devotional people, sightseeing at Anjarle beach is nothing short of a fabulous experience as the place if filled with nicely constructed temples which give the place a feeling of devotional warmth and nicety. The ancient temples of Shree Keshavraj and Shree Vyagreshwar are located at a distance of only eight kilometers from Anjarle. The former also boasts of a hot spring which flows down. The latter is said to be more than one thousand years old and has some of the best rock carvings as architecture which provide an air of peacefulness to the temple and its surroundings.
Other places to see in Anjarle beach includes the Shree Bhargavram Temple which is dedicated to Lord Parshuram, one of Vishnu’s incarnations.
Anjarle is one of the most scenic places in Maharashtra and is perfect for a quiet weekend where people can offer their prayers to the gods and relax at the scenic beach.