Nakshatra Beach Resort Ganapatipule, Ratnagiri | Ganpatipule Resorts and Hotels




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Published on Feb 1, 2015

Looking for a beach getaway from Mumbai or Pune? A 6 hrs drive from Mumbai or Pune and at a distance of 300 kms , are virgin white sand beaches of Ganpatipule and Aare Ware along the Konkan Coastline. Nakshatra Beach Resort in Ratnagiri is an excellent weekend getaway option from Mumbai & Pune with all modern hotel amenities like Beach View rooms with Balcony, tea coffee maker, mini fridge, private lawns for children to play, Sea View Restaurant & Bar & delicious local veg & non-veg food.

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Nearby Attractions:
1.Ganapatipule Temple & Beach: One of the most spectacular beaches (12 kms away) along the Konkan Coastline: an idyllic getaway that attracts peace-seekers, beach lovers, and pilgrims alike. The temple of self-originated Ganesh is much frequented by thousands every year.
2.Aare-Ware Beach: around 5 kms away is this virgin, beautiful beach.
3. Jaigad Fort: Resting on a cliff, at the entrance of the Sangameshwar river just 35 km away from Ganapatipule, is Jaigad Fort. This 17th century fort offers a commanding view of the sea and an almost unique view of Konkan village life.
4.Ratnagiri: The region has a long illustrious past and is even mentioned in Indian mythology as the place where the Pandavas settled after their 13-year pilgrimage. There are three main attractions here;
a. The Thibaw Palace - The Thibaw Palace is where Thibaw, the last king of Burma, was incarcerated by the British in 1885.
b. The Lokmanya Tilak Smarak - Ratnagiri was also the birthplace of Lokmanya Tilak, one of India’s greatest freedom fighters. His house, now a memorial called The Lokmanya Tilak is diligently maintained by the local community.
c. Patit Pawan Mandir - The Patit Pawan Mandir is a much revered temple, as it is the first place of worship built for non-Brahmins by the revolutionary leader, Veer Savarkar.


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