A relatively unexplored destination, Mandarmani is a seaside village located in the East Midnapore district of the Indian state, West Bengal. The Mandarmani Beach stretches to about 13 kilometres and has a serene environment that attracts tourists who wish to enjoy their moments of solitude. It is at a distance of about 180 kilometres from the Kolkata Airport. What make this beach special are its silt-coloured sand and pleasant natural surroundings. It has lower waves as compared to its nearest beach in Digha, and one can find red crabs at certain places. Tourists travelling by trains can get to it from Contai, which is the nearest railway station.
|Digha Beach - Mandarmani|
Mandarmani is an excellent place to watch the sunrise and sunset, far from the bustling crowds of Kolkata city. This is the reason why many of the locals make a trip to this beach village during their weekends. A Mandarmani seaside resort would provide pleasant stays for tourists in the form of well-furnished rooms or cottages. During their stay, they can also visit the nearby beaches of Digha and Shankarpur towns. Digha is located to the south-west of Kolkata city and was described by Warren Hastings as 'Brighton of the East' in one of his letters. Tourists visiting the Digha Beach would come across fascinating casuarinas along the coast.
|United-21 Beach View Mandarmoni|