Best time to visit7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Open hoursOpen 24 hours
Things to doPhotography, sight- seeing, beaches
Another precious attraction in the Malvan village itself, this is one of the cleanest beaches of all. The place is perfect to relax and relax a little more. It is very peaceful and also never too crowded and this is what makes it a perfect outing for small families and romantic couples. The sands here are uneven and there are crabs too so it is better to be extra careful before stepping into the waters of the beach. There are also a number of eating options such as stalls and shacks around and you get very fresh and tasty food here.
Reviews • 3
After a hectic day, we always expect some coziness once we are back, and the Redstones Resort was no exception. The kind of relaxation....awesome. What more can you expect if you get a friendly beach facing resort, private shacks, isolated beach, home cooked food…?? If you are with loved ones, you can definitely go crazy, dance merrily, click loads of selfies,have those fun moments as nobody would notice you.
Our first stop. Reached there on 4th April after a long drive of 11 hours. Stayed in Kondavali village (Malvan region) with Arabian Sea beach in front & Kalaval creek behind. When you drive on the village road in evening you will see lot of people occupying almost half of the road & chatting. Wow. Kesari holiday beach resort - Basic facilities, Village Malvan food (Too good malvani fish dishes). Asked the resort owner family to give us the same food what they prepared for them. Freaked out with Tandlachi bakri, amti, sol kadi, malvani murgh & various fish fries during stay. Went on boat to the nearby island(? 10 m X 20m), Shimple point. A bit scary when you see water on all your 4 sides at few metres distance. The island was filled with shells. First time visited a Sangam (Confluence point). Sangam of Kalaval creek & Arabian Sea. Boat ride on confluence point was worth a experience.
19 km north of Malvan, this deserted beach would add a unique touch to your getaway experience. Hike Relax Sleep Eat Any of them or all of them. Your call. When I first saw a glimpse of the shore from the end of the tree thickets, I could identify with a feeling of someone who discovers new land. Not a single soul here and the sand had just patterns of sea wind. Fine grains of soft white particles urged everyone to feel them without footwear.