Anyone who has a bit of interest in sea and sand is aware of the word 'Marina Beach'. This is the second longest beach in the world with its area ranging a massive 12 km. Marina Beach was rejuvenated in the early years of 1880's by Governor Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff. It is a superb and one of the most popular holiday destinations in India with sand resembling goldust and gleaming blue sea. A traveller always cherishes the memory of the sight of the sun rise and sun set from the beach.
Seated in between the raging waves and the curvy hills, the Mahablipuram Beach is an elegant holiday hide out for lovers of sea and the surf. The presence of some ancient and historical memorials adds to its magnetism for travellers all around the world. The impact and the glory of the famous Pallava Dynasty is evident in the Mahablipuram beach with sculpted rocks in the caves and architecturally marvelous temples scattered randomly.
Known to be the last point of India in the Southern region, Kanyakumari is very often associated with Swami Vivekananda, courtesy the renowned Vivekananda's Rock in between the sea. Kanyakumari beach witnesses the concourse of the Indian Ocean with the Bay of Bengal. A hub of seashell collectors, this beach is crowded by visitors who gather to see the dazzling sunrise and the mesmerizing sun set from the beach on full moon days.