Nagaon and Akshi Beach (9 km):
The Nagaon and Akshi beaches, secluded and lined with casuarinas forests are enchanting places for a day’s outing from Alibag.
Kihim (11 km):
Kihim is an exclusive beach laced with lush coconut trees.
Kankeshwar Temple (12.5 km):
This is an ancient temple of Lord Shiva located at a height of 1,250 ft with about 650 steps leading to the temple. Vrindavan Farm near Kankeshwar Phata stocks all kinds of exotic and everyday plants.
Chaul (16 km):
Chaul, in Raigad District, was the capital of the Shalihar dynasty and has forts and monuments belonging to the Portuguese, Moghul and Maratha periods.
Revdanda (19 km):
A small quiet beach with ruins of the Agarkot fort is a popular travel attraction.
Diveagar : (STD Code- 02147)
Diveagar is place with the beach very wide and clean is blessed with intense natural beauty, the tender sands below feet, coconut tree cultivations (Wadi's) and Lord Suvarnaganesh which is the one of the main attractions of tourists visiting here. It is connected by road with Mumbai (177km) . The nearest Railway station is Mangaon (47Km) on Kokan Railway. Shrivardhan (19 Km), Harihareshwar (34Km), Alibag (216Km). Rute from Mumbai : From Goa Highway N17 - Panvel - Nagothane - kolad - Mangao – Leave Highway – Morba – Borli – Diveagar
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Murud – Janjira (52 km)
Formerly the capital town of the Sidis of Janjira, Murud is today popular for its alluring beach and an ancient sea fort - the Janjira Fort. Roha (68 km) on the Konkan Railway is the nearest railhead. One of the most impregnable forts, the 300 year old Janjira Fort is accessible via Rajpuri (3 km) from where boat services are available.
Mandwa (20 km):
Mandwa, situated north of Alibag, is an unspoilt beach.
Karnala Bird Sanctuary (80 km):
Located 12 km from Panvel, on the Mumbai-Pune Highway, Karnala is a birdwatchers’ paradise offering a sight of variety of bird species. About 150 species of birds have been spotted here, 30 of which are migratory.