A handy guide to Chennai's Beaches

Beaches for all types of travleers

Chennai is the self-appointed custodian of South Indian traditions and culture. However, Chennai is much more than just its heritage.

The city lies along the Coromandel coast, which makes it privy to some of the prettiest beaches in the region. Chennai's beaches are a roadtrippers’ heaven, with a plethora of attractions to suit every taste.

Marina Beach

Chennai’s Protagonist - For History lovers

Marina Beach, near Triplicane, is India’s longest beach and the world’s second-longest beach. It is a must-visit place for history lovers as they will get to see the magnificent statues of prominent dignitaries from Indian history.

Elliots Beach

A gastronomic delight for the Foodies

Satisfy your taste buds with delectable foods from the eateries and food establishments that line the sandy coastline. Apart from all the street food, sea-view restaurants, cafes, and bars are lined up right across Elliot’s Promenade.

Marundeeswarar Temple Thiruvalluvar Nagar beach

A spiritual sojourn

Marundeeswarar Temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Shiva and is located near the coastline of the Bay of Bengal in Thiruvanmiyur.  The Marundeeswarar temple has traditionally served as a healing centre for individuals in need.

Broken Bridge at the Adyar estuary

 For the Ghostbusters and the Daredevils

Fishermen claim to have heard horrifying screams in the middle of the night that they suspect are from the woman who was attacked here. Would you dare to visit this haunting bridge?

Covelong Beach

For the adventurers and adrenaline junkies

The surf is always up at Covelong Beach, and you'll see plenty of surfers riding the waves or waiting on the beach with their boards in hand for the right wave.

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