Dashabhuja Ganesh Mandir - This ‘Laxmi – Ganesh Temple’ is not only ancient but also rare. Carved in white stone beleived to be from the Kashmir region the idol is 3 feet high with ten hands, hence the name 'Dashabhuja Ganapati'.
Velneshwar hasnt been been spoken about much apart from the Velneshwar Shiva Temple which is flocked by hundreds of devotees during the Maha - Shivratri festival. Small shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu, Ganesha and Kala Bhairav are also present in this Shiva temple.
Brahmanghal is a rare natural phenomenon where continous gradation of the rocks by the sea has created a gorge in the black rock patch about 20 feet deep and 1-2 feet wide. The sea water gushes in and a water column rises through this gorge above the rocks upto 20-30ft!
Approximately 17 kms from Velneshwar, Guhagar is amongst the first white sand beaches in Maharashtra. Guhagar is famous for its temples, Gopalgad fort, and Anjanwel lighthouse apart from the pristine beaches.
Guhagar, is a temple town in all regards with many outstanding temples in and around. With many temples committed to various forms of Lord Shiva and Durga Guhagar truely lives upto its reputation.
Famous for the Swayambhu Ganpati Temple right on the pristine beach, Ganpatipule is amongst the premiere holiday destinations of M.T.D.C. The temple is known as the 'paschim dwar devta' also.
Ganpatipule has a very long stretch of beach extending on to Magund, Ril and even further ahead. The Jaigad fort is located very close to the ferry whatf which connects Velneshwar to Ganpatipule.