This temple happens to be a landmark in the state of Gujarat and can be found around 5 kilometres away from Junagadh. It also happens to be one among the twelve Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. As the legend goes, Lord Krishna is said to have embarked on his final journey from this very place. The name Somnath is also mentioned in the Rig Veda, epics and other Hindu scriptures as well. The temple was first built using gold and then rebuilt in silver by Ravana. Over the course of time, this temple has been rebuilt numerous times and has seen invasion by Muslim invaders about sixteen times. This causes it to be called the Shrine Eternal.
This fine sand beach is famous for its world-famous attraction - The Somnath Temple, a pilgrimage site. The Somnath is first among the 12 Aadi Jyotirlings of India. It is located on the western coast of India. This holy place of Mahadev and its sacred soil where from Lord Krishna took his last journey to his neejdham.
Sugar N Spice
About 4km away from very popular Somnath Temple, this restaurant is a perfect place to have a more than ever-experienced taste. People ranked this place best in the city.How to Get There –By Road: ST buses and private luxury buses regularly run from other cities to Somnath. This place is well-connected by a road network to the other places like Ahmedabad 400km, Rajkot 200km, Mumbai 900km and Porbandar 120km and so on.By Rail: The nearest railway station Veraval is around 7km, which is well-connected to Ahmedabad and other major cities in Gujarat.By Air: The nearest airport from is Keshod that is 55 km away from Somnath Temple and only connected to Mumbai. Another is Diu Airport about 80km away which has easily connectivity to Delhi and Mumbai.