Tithal is a village situated on the western coast of Gujarat. This village lies close to the main city of Valsad in the Valsad District. Tithal is mainly inhabited by Parsis or Zoroastrian sects, who came to India from Iran through Sanjan. One of the prime attractions of this village is the Tithal Beach. This beach is covered with black sand and is known for the beach shacks and restaurants that serve different types of cuisines.
Tithal Beach is situated close to religious destinations like the Sai Baba Temple, Swaminarayan Temple and Shantidham Temple. The Hazira Beach and Hazira Port are other important attractions in the region that are located nearby the two wells that are rich in sulphur and iron deposits.
The Parnera village, Atul village, Pardi town and the city of Valsad are located close to Tithal and can be accessed by bus and taxi. The Dhobi Talao, Umarsadi, Saron village, Dandi, Dharampur, Nargol, Gandevi and Bilimoria are some of the other prominent attractions near Tithal.