(Last Updated on : 17-11-2011)
The Motupalle Beach is located near the shores of Bay of Bengal
near small village Chinaganjam in the Andra Pradesh. The beach is a popular tourist attraction. The rows of Casuarina Plantations that line the sea draw many tourists to this beach. The Motupalle Beach is a good spot for relaxation from the hustle and bustle of the urban life. The lush greenery surrounding the beach makes it a fantastic place for sunbathing. The sun kissed warm sand is the perfect place for all the beach lovers.
Motupalle Beach is about 12 km away from Chinaganjam and is about 45 km from Ongole. The Kottapatnam Beach is thus very close to this spot. Thus on a trip to Motupalle Beach tourists can also plan a visit to the wonderful Kottapatnam Beach. The greenish calm and clean sea water and silky soft sand is a pleasing sight for the nature lovers. The green vegetation around, whispering sea breeze, azure sky that the Motupalle Beach provides attracts many tourists to the site. Every year the local business people earn a lot of revenue due to the increasing tourist interest of this spot.
Tourists can also enjoy swimming with their family and friends in the sea. The Motupalle Beach is extremely clean and the refreshing sea breeze has a soothing effect. The sea food sold in the nearby shore is also very popular among the tourists. These delicacies generally comprise of sea fishes and taste fantastic. The decorative items made of sea shells that are sold in the sea side stalls can be carried back home as wonderful souvenirs.
The place is well connected by air, rail and road. The nearest city here is Vijayawada
which also serves as a delightful tourist spot. Motupalle beach is best accessed on road. Buses are plying from various state cities at regular to get visitors here. Tourist can also avail of "Rent a Car" facility available at Vijayawada airport. For train journey lovers Chinna Ganjam is the nearest railway station. The best time to visit the Motupalle Beach is during the months of September to February.
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