Alibaug is one of the picnic spot which provides favourite weekend getaways for Mumbai and Pune visitors. there are beautiful beaches, forts, traditional food, water sports and local attractions create Alibaug tour into an amazing picnic experience. you can find religious attractions such as Birla temple, Kanakeshwar Temple, Vikram Vinayak Temple, Ganpati Temple and Balaji Temple. It is a coastal town on the border of Maharashtra, the main attraction of Alibag is the beaches. Nagaon Beach, Alibag Beach and Mandwa Beach are some popular beaches in alibaug. Alibag is all about beaches about 100 km from Mumbai and is a popular destination if you want to go out on weekends and relax. The Alibag has shades of coconut milk and red spices and Alibag is very close to the beach. The nights here are quiet and eventful, you can experience horse riding in the sunset or make a party in a rented resort or having a hearty meal in any farm to fork restaurant. The beaches at Alibag are ancient, wide and considered great for swimming. It is an island with many beaches and most of the beaches are lined with resorts and hotels, which are open almost all year round. In Alibaug, many tourists choose to set up a hammock between two palm trees on the beach and read a good book or sleep in it. Standing on the shore with the breeze in your hair and the water tickling your feet, Alibag will surely captivate your heart and holiday.

Alibaug has lots of beaches, and all the beaches are few minutes distance from each other, so you can visit all beaches without missing a beach. Alibuag is most visited picnic place in maharashtra now a days alibaug is know as Mini Goa, Alibaug offers a view of not only the sunrise and sunset but Fort, Coconut trees, Mango trees. Alibaug is located 95Km from mumbai and 143Km from Pune. Alibag was an important naval base of the Maratha king Shivaji Maharaj. Alibag and its environs, on the trade route between the Malabar coast and the Persian Gulf, were strategically important, and the Siddi, the Marathas, the Portuguese and the British at Murud Janjira struggled to gain control on coast. Colaba’s sea fort, built by Chatrapati Shivaji maharaj in 1680, is also one of the most popular attractions in the city. Alibag was developed by Maratha Admiral Kanhoji Angre.

Alibaug is famous for its numerous beaches, which are just a few minutes away from each other, so you don’t have to worry about which beach to visit and which one to leave. The most visited beach in Alibaug is, the Alibaug Beach, which offers a panoramic view of not only the sunrise and sunset, but also the Colaba Fort, which you can take a small boat ride to. Colaba Fort was once the cornerstone of the Maratha Empire and most of the architecture is still intact. Other popular beaches in the area include Kihim Beach, and Nagaon Beach, Kihim Beach is considered a photographer’s paradise. The palate in Alibaug is tinged with coconut milk and red spices, and since Alibaug is close to the coast, seafood rules the plates and the heart. In Alibaug many tourists set up a hammock between two palm trees on the beach and settle down with a good book or a nap. Standing on the shore with the wind blowing in your hair and the water tickling your feet, Alibaug is sure to capture your heart and your vacations. Nights here are both laid-back and eventful, whether it’s horseback riding into the sunset or partying aboard a chartered yacht or at any of the farm-to-fork restaurants. You can enjoy eating to your heart’s content.

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