Go here for: Beaches, Weekend Breaks
Ganapatipule is fast gaining popularity as a wonderful place to get away from Mumbai. It is a sleepy village in the Ratnagiri district in southwest Maharashtra. One of the popular attractions of Ganapatipule is the six-kilometer virgin beach.
The beach is lovely and you may observe sands here change colour according to the time of day. The best is at sunset, when it’s all gold, cuped by a golden sky. The trees around add to the beauty of the beach.
Ganapatipule is also famous for its 400-year-old Ganesha temple. The idol is carved out of a massive rock. The idol is a Swayambhu Ganpati shrine which means that it is a self-created monolith of Lord Ganesha.
Hey, I have been to Ganpatipule several times and would like to suggest a very good place for fish lovers - hotel Annapurna, you get very fresh fish, prawns, fish fry, fish curry and above all the famous solkadi. Go, try it, you will enjoy.