About Ratnagiri

Ratnagiri is a port city on the Arabian sea and surrounded by the Sahyadris. Ratnagiri is endowed with hills, beaches, rivers, hot water springs, forests, and waterfalls all of which ensure an exciting time for visitors. It is a paradise for people interested in marine life. Ratnagiri also played a significant role in India's freedom struggle by being the birthplace of freedom fighter Lokmanya Tilak.
Swayambhu Ganpati Temple

Swayambhu Ganpati Temple, known for its unique Ganapati idol, is built on the Ganpatipule Beach and opens up to the beautiful beach.
Thibaw Point

Thibaw Palace has a radio center from where you can see the Thiba point. Which is one of the visitor's attractions in Ratnagiri. Because of the nice site of the sunset from this point in the Arabian sea.
Pawas Mandir

Pawas, a village with captivating natural beauty. This is a prime spiritual place in the Ratnagiri district due to a very long stay of Swami Swaroopanand. Swami Swaroopanand was a follower of Warkari Sampraday.

It is a calm, and tranquil village that is as pretty as a picture Malgund rose to fame because of being the birthplace of the famous Marathi poet Krishnaji Keshav Damle, popularly known as Keshavasuta.
Pandre Samudra

Pandre Samudra is one of the popular beaches of Maharashtra, located in the vicinity of Ratnagiri Town. The name Pandre Samudra means ‘White Sea’, as the beach has silvery sand and clear emerald waters. Pandre Samudra is mostly visited by those tourists who yearn for a tranquil atmosphere.
Ratnadur Fort

Ratnadurg Fort or Ratnagiri Fort or Bhagawati fort is a fort located 2km from Ratnagiri, in Ratnagiri district, of Maharashtra. This fort is an important fort in the Ratnagiri district.
Bhatye Beach

The length of the beach is approximately 1.5 km and it is very flat and straight. One can enjoy the Nature at its best here. The Ratnagiri lighthouse and the famous Madavi beach of Ratnagiri city are visible from Bhatye Beach.
Mandvi Beach

Mandvi beach extending up to the Rajiwada Port with the Ratnadurga fort at the other end is the most popular beach in Ratnagiri city. Mandvi Beach is a black sand beach and is often referred to as the Gateway of Ratnagiri.
Sri Devi Bhagwati Mandir

Sri Devi Bhagwati Mandir is counted amongst the ancient temples in India. Inside the temple, there are unique sculptors of deities like 'Veer Vignesh' and 'Ashtadash Bhuj.' On a visit to the temple, don't miss out on the view of the Arabian sea.
Ganeshgule Beach

Ganeshgule Beach is a small beach village in Ratnagiri district, very close to the town called Pawas. The village has got 1 to 1 ½ mile seashore and the small, typical Konkani houses are right next to the beach.
Best Time To Visit Ratnagiri

The best time to visit Ratnagiri is from October to March. Summer in Ratnagiri takes place during the months of March, April, and May. The highest temperature during this season can shoot up to around 38°C. The days can get hot and uncomfortable but the nights are more hospitable. Monsoon months in Ratnagiri are June, July, August, and September. Monsoons are pretty strong in this region, sometimes accompanied by conditions of floods. However, monsoons make the landscape really picturesque. The climate is also pleasant. Winter occurs during the months of December, January, and February. These are among the few months which are the most suitable for visiting Ratnagiri. The lowest low of temperatures can drop down to around 15°C. It is during this season that Ratnagiri transforms itself into an extremely charming and appealing form. A visit to the famous beaches of Ratnagiri, during this season, will be surely memorable and cherishable.

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