Vengurla is a charming beach town, located on the Konkan coast in the southern district of Sindhudurg in Maharashtra. Just 110 km north of Goa. IT is popular for its long stretch of clear white sand beaches ringed by high mountains. The city is bounded by a semi-circular limit of mountains with lush green leaves majorly of cashew, coconut, mango and various kinds of berry trees. The hills of Daboli, Tulas, and Mochemad lie in the north, east and south of Vengurla but the Arabian sea is located on to the west. It has a rich cultural tradition. It consists of some Temples like Shri Sateri, Shri Rameshwar, Shri Navadurga, Shri Mauli, Shiroda, Shri once an important navigation point for seafarers. At present, the rocks act as a breeding site for a rare bird, the Indian Swiftlet. It has five ravishing beaches like Nivati beach, Shiroda beach, Mochemad beach, Sagareshwar beach, and Vayangani beach. Vengurla is not a shopping destination but famous for its roasted cashew nuts and sweets made from cashew. Vetoba, Shri Ganesh  and Shri Ravalnath. Malvani, a dialect of Marathi, is spoken in Vengurla. Vengurla is the busiest ports during the reign of Maratha King Chhatrapati Shivaji. The port was a busy trade center between the duration of 16th and 18th century. The existence of huge warehouses, trading centres and markets are pointers to its rich mercantile past. The residue of the attacks is still seen on the Vengurla rocks, and is now it is known as Burnt Island. The Burnt Island is a group of three large rocks that were

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