Mandarmani is a seaside resort village in the state of West Bengal, India, lies in East Midnapore district and at the northern end of the Bay of Bengal. It is by far one the cleanest and best beaches in Bengal and red crabs crawling around the 13 km long beach is a special attraction to the tourist. This beach town with great scenery, beautiful sand beaches and amazing aura about itself is a great place to be away from the hustle bustle of daily life. At the end of the beach, there is the ‘mohana’ or river delta (place where a river meets the sea) where one can have great view of sunrise and sunset. Some 180 km away from Kolkata, mandarmani is well connected by road and rail from Kolkata. Nearest Bus stop is Chaulkhola at 11 km & nearest railway station is Contai at 28 km & Ramnagar at 22km.
Nearest Sightseeing Place from Mandarmani
Tajpur Beach is one of recently discovered tourist destination which is famous for sea beach with a dense forest of casuarinas trees. Mandarmani to Tajpur road distance is 20 km and it take 30 minutes by car.
Known for its scenic beauty, Shankarpur Beach is a regular fishing harbor. Mandarmani to Shankarpur road distance is 25 km and it take 40 minutes by car.
For those who want to explore the newest essence of an emerging Bengal must tour to Chandpur Beach. Mandarmani to Chandpur road distance is 20 km and it take 40 minutes by car.
Digha is most popular seaside and tourist spot in West Bengal, known for its local fish market. There are many sightseeing places in Digha like Wonder Land, Marine Aquarium, Amarabati Park. Digha is located 30km from Mandarmani and it takes around 50 minutes by car.
Udaipur is a spectacular beach; it is 2km from Digha and located near West Bengal and Odisha boarder. From Mandarmani is 32 km and take around 60 minutes by car.
Chandaneswar Temple is a holy and famous Load Shiva temple located in Balasore district of Odisha. Mandarmani to Chandaneswar Temple road distance is 36 km and it takes 1 hour 10 minutes by car.
Talsari Beach is a quiet and beautiful beach of Odisha, situated on the Bay of Bengal and near the river Subarnarekha. The name Talsari is formed from two separate words, ‘Tala’ meaning ‘Palm’ and the word ‘Sari/Sarani’ implies ‘a row’. The beautiful of spectacle of long palm trees all around the beach, gives it this name and has given Talsari Beach a sole status of its own. Talsari Beach is one of the less exploited beaches of Odisha. Mandarmani to Talsari beach road distance is 39 km and it takes 1 hour 20 minutes by car.