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Susheel Indulkar

Susheel Indulkar4.3/5

2 reviews

Excellent place to spend vacations with family and friends away from crowded city life

Devgad is an excellent place in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra. It is a great place to visit during your summer vacations as well as during the winter and monsoon season. Every season has its own thrill and Devgad is a pleasant place to live during your Konkan visit.

Like most Konkan beaches, Devgad beach is serene and clean. If you want to enjoy some pleasant and peaceful moment on the beach, Devgad beach is a wonderful place to be. You can watch the gigantic windmills on a hillock across the northern part of the beach.

Devgad fort is another place nearby. Most of the fort structure and walls are intact and will give you glimpse of the Maratha naval power during Shivaji Maharaj's regime. The great Vijaydurg fort is near Devgad and is said to be built by Raja Bhoj about 800 years ago.

Temples like Kunkeshwar temple, Dirbadevi temple, Rameshwar temple (Girye ), Kharbav ganapati temple ( Dabhole ) are some of the temples you can visit while in Devgad city.

There are many good hotels in and around Devgad. From luxury accommodation to budget hotels, lodging boarding services, beach resorts and bars; you can enjoy good and modern living, dining and wining facilities in these hotels. Most of the hotels serve great Malvani or Konkani seafood, along with Chinese, Punjabi and other food varieties.

All in all a nice place to spend some fun and peaceful moments away from the humdrum of the urban life.

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Rakesh Singh

Rakesh Singh3.9/5

30 reviews

Many hotels and relaxing places

Devgad, is a taluka in Maharashtra's Sindhudurg district, comprising 70 villages.
Devgad, also known as Deogad, is a coastal town in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra state in western India. Devgad is a great city to visit in the state of Maharashtra.I and my friends went to by train.I and my friends stay on anupama hotel. It is very beautiful hotel. First day went Devgad Fort, Kunkeshwar, Devgad Fort, Kunkeshwar History, timings, entry time, opening and closing days, visiting hours, best time to visit with entry fee. It is very-very enjoy in this place and second day Asoka Water Park and very beautiful place. When upload Devgrad Fort photos Face book maximum likes this photos in other friends.

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Recommended Duration in Devgad

Number of days to spend in Devgad as recommended by our travellers.

2 days

33.3%

3 days

33.3%

Devgad Overview

Devgad, also known as Devgarh or Deogarh, is a coastal city located in Sindhudurg District of Maharashtra. The city is situated near the Arabian Sea in the Konkan coast region, south of Mumbai. The place is popular for its harbour, beach and lighthouse, which was built in 1915 at the fort of Devgad.

Kanoji Angre, the chief of the Maratha navy, established the Devgad Fort in 1705. This fort was named so as it stood at the confluence of the Arabian Sea and Devgad Creek. The town was ruled by King Ramdev Yadav for a long time.

The Vijaydurga Fort, also known as Gheria, is a historic fort that was constructed by Shilaharaj king, Raja Bhoj and was ruled by him for some time. Later the fort was ruled by Adilshah, then by Shivaji and finally, it came under Kanoji Angre’s reign. The fort was also occupied by the British, Dutch and Portuguese armies for 400 years. The place is also famous for a wall, which was built under the sea, near the shores, in order to break the ships of enemies.

The staple diet of the local people is rice and fish. Malvani is a famous cuisine here, which predominantly consists of non-vegetarian food like kombdi vade or murgh malvani; there are however, a few vegetarian dishes too. Shark curry, solkadhi or soul curry, bangda fry, chicken kolhapuri, phanasachi bhaji, khavda curry, kaju chi aamti and bombil fry are other well-liked delicacies of this region. The place is also known for alphonso mangoes and fresh fish, which are available here, in large quantities.

The other attractions of this town are Kunkeshwar Temple, Vyaghreshwar Waterfall, Bhagvati Temple, Bhalachandra Maharaj Ashram, Dajipur Sanctuary and Tarkarli Beach. The birth place of the Peshwas, who took part in the Indian freedom movement, is situated at a small distance from Deogad and takes 45 minutes to reach by road.

The nearest airport is Dabholi, in Goa, which is located at the distance of 121 km. The nearest railway station is Kankavli, on the Mumbai-Goa Road, from where, buses and cabs are available to reach Devgad.

Devgad experiences a semi tropical climate, with warm humid summers and mild soothing winters. Due to its proximity to sea, the place experiences heavy rainfall during the monsoon season. The winter season is an ideal time for sightseeing activities.

There is so much to see in Devgad.

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