Shriwardhan Harihareshwar

Tender winds, soft sands and inviting waters make Shriwardhan Bay tempting to beach lovers.

And if one cares for sea-food, there is no end of mouth-watering delicacies to sample here.

And if you like adventurers you can even take a small boat to the north side of the bay and explore a land where the 'Peshwas' or the Prime minister of Maratha Kingdom, originally resided.

The 'Peshwa Smarak' is of interest to most people who visit Shriwardhan. The town of Harihareshwar is known for its serene and charming beach and is also famous for the temple of Harihareshwar.

Getting there:

The nearest railhead is Mangaon on Konkan Railway. Mumbai by road is nearly 200 kms. away.
The nearest Mumbai - Goa highway point is about 60 kms., at Goregaon, which is about 170 kms. from Mumbai (via Vashi Creek Bridge).