Here, God himself created the horizons of
the waves of the ocean sweep the shores of silver sands a magic pervades in
the Southern peninsular zone of the Indian sub-continent. The charisma and
magic of the nature's dreamy wand of passion imparts imaginative zeal to the
creator once again. The Beaches of Tamil Nadu are that destination where God himself sat
down and created the horizons of nature.
Wondrously blessed with the captivating magic of nature, Tamilnadu Beaches entice the beholder with overwhelming sites. There are certain
Beaches Holiday Tour in Tamilnadu that are yet to be explored.
These untouched horizons beckon
passionate voyagers to join this caravan of exploration. Some bygone waves
leave ephemeral impacts which drench the silver sands with a mystical charm.
Beaches of Tamil Nadu
It is not just the most famous of all beaches in tamilnadu, but also the second longest beach in the world and
a major tourist attraction of the state. It stretches about 13 kms from the
Harbour to the Santhome Cathedral. The Memorials such as Anna Samadhi,
MG R Samadhi are located on the sea front. This section of the beach
road is known as Anna Square. An aquarium, of tropical and marine fishes
and a swimming pool are situated adjacent to each other.
Mahabalipuram, also known, as "Mamallapuram"
is located 58-km, south of Chennai, nestling on the shores of the Bay of
Bengal, offers many breath-taking monuments with Sculptural Panels and
Caves. mahabalipuram beach is one of the most popular beaches in Tamilnadu.
Kanyakumari is often referred as the 'Land's End'
of India. Here, the Bay of Bengal confluences with the Indian Ocean and
the Arabian Sea.
Rameshwaram is where Lord Rama rested and prayed
after his victory over the demon king Ravana. A sacred site for both
Vaishnavites and Shaivities. The island of Rameshwaram is one of the
most revered temple towns of India without a visit to which, the
pilgrimage of a devout Hindu is not considered accomplished.
Covelong is a small fishing village located 40 kms
from Chennai on the way to Mahabalipuram. This Tamilnadu beach has a fort built by
the Nawab of Carnatic, Saadat Ali.
This beach in Tamilnadu is located in Besant Nagar. Formerly a
popular bathing beach, today, it is the favourite rendezvous of the
younger generation. Good roads, pavements, illuminated sands, makes a
visit to this beach a real pleasure.