- Tarkarli Beach
Tarkarli beach is an exciting place to be in as it holds immense tourism potential. Mahapurush Nyahari Niwas is located in Devbag south of the famous Tarkarli beach. The beaches in itself are the main attraction in Tarkarli however there is lots to see around Mahapurush Nyahari Niwas for a funfilled holiday in Tarkarli.
- Devbag Beach
A confluence of the Karli River flowing into the Arabian Sea. This point marks the southern most tip of the Malvan taluka. The beach lures to the tourists by its stunning white sand and beautiful blue water lagoon, thus an idealist spot for swimming , sunbathing and pick nicking. Flock of local sea birds add to the beauty of serene surroundings by playing with the sea waters. A hill in the back drop offers panoramic view of Arabian sea and light house situated on the rocky island. Sunset is the peak time to watch this natures expression. Mingles secretly with sea waters from behind Devbag’s famous Mobar Point.Local fishermen recently started water sports near confluence. They have water scooter, jet ski,bumper ride,banana/dolphin boat ride, Kayak boating sports.
- Sindhudurg Fort
For the ones interested in historic spots the sindhudurg fort in Malvan a few kilometers from Devbagh is a must visit.
Sindhudurg Fort is a famous fort situated near Malvan Jetty in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra, India. This fort was built by the Maratha King, Shivaji, himself under his supervision and guidance. In fact, this fort was the naval headquarter during the ruler-ship of Marathas. This fort is situated on an islet, Kurte Island and is almost half a km away from the Sindhudurg District’s Malvan Jetty town in the Konkan area of Maharashtra near south of Mumbai and is surrounded by the great Arabian Sea.
Sindhudurg Fort itself is the main attraction. Along with the architectural rich fort, there are temples also to visit there which are a big attraction for tourists. These temples are dedicated to Goddess Bhavani, God Hanuman and Jarimari. Along with the holy shrines, there is also a popular temple which is devoted to Shivaji.
Apart from fort building and temples, there are 3 sweet water wells and few tanks which are also available in the fort premises. Underwater sports are also available for tourists here. The fort also possesses a coconut tree for which people around the world make a visit here since this is the world’s only coconut tree that has branches and provides fruits. Another fort attraction is an underground tunnel which is supposed to be used by the ladies in case of enemy attack in ancient times. This tunnel, however, was closed partially by the British East India Company. This tunnel, as per legends, goes almost 12 km beneath the Arabian Sea.
- Jay Ganesh Temple
A Malvani man, Mr Jayant Salgaonkar built this huge & stunning temple in 2004 as sanctity. It sits amidst of Medha, a small ward of Malvan. Now days, this temple is a great attraction for the Tourists. The sanctum internally a square & externally crowned with a graceful tower. A golden idol Ganesh is worshiped daily. A huge courtyard provides a serenity & invigorate the tourist. A carving sculptures on temple enchanting the viewer.
- Rock Garden
Rock garden is a well-maintained and naturally decorated garden, an attraction of Malvan. The rocks are really huge with the waves smashing on them with full vigour. If you visit Malvan, a visit to the rock garden cannot be missed. The crabs running around on the rocks give a wonderful glimpse of the rich marine life.
Garden is quite descent with greenery and flowers all around Best part is you can go towards sea from garden. it’s an ideal place to just plonk and watch the sunset. Ideal for budding photographers.