Madh-Marve beaches are situated nearby the Madh Island in Mumbai. The beaches are known for farmlands and fishing villages. The region is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the west and the Malad Creek in the east. The Aarey Milk Colony is situated nearby and supplies dairy products to Mumbai city.
Marve Beach is situated in the western suburbs of Malad. Ferry rides are available from the Marve Beach that take visitors to the Madh Island and the nearby Versova Beach. The prime attraction nearby is the Madh Fort. It was built by the Portuguese and was used as a watchtower. The 16th century Church of St. Bonaventure was also built by the Portuguese. It is popular for its annual feast day of St. Bonaventure.
The Dana Pani Beach is another popular beach situated in the Erangal Village. The Aksa Beach, Rock Beach and Silver Beach are ideal picnic spots. Many fishermen can be seen at the Versova Beach, which is the home to the largest fishing community of Mumbai. The Manori Beach and Gorai Beach are situated close to the Marve Beach.