India has a large shoreline; it is covered by sea from all the three directions –east, west and south. There are many lovely beaches in western India. Surat attracts tourists from different parts of India and abroad.
Suvali beach, Dumas beach are one of the tourist place in Surat.
Suvali beach is pristine water and extremely secluded area would attract couples who seek for privacy. It is very near to the industrial hub of Hajira.
The backwaters of Suavali beach are pretty dangerous. You have to be very careful because during high tides, Suvali beach becomes inaccessible. There are big rocks all over.
Suvali beach is 20 km away from Surat. This black sandy beach is well admired among seclusion seeking couples. Suvali beach is a favorite picnic place for locals and people of nearby place.
Dumas beach is a popular beach destination in Surat. It is 18 km away from Surat. The beach is located on the coast of Arabian Sea. Many Locals visit this charming beach on the weekend to enjoy the sparkling surroundings of the seashore and get the fresh air.
Due to its fresh air, Dumas beach is known a best place for the cure of tuberculosis. Dumas beach is also famous for its black sand. The famous Ganesh temple is located opposite to Dumas beach. There are several shops of Indian snacks like Pav bhaji, bhajia etc.
Hajira beach is 28 kms away from Surat and lies at the stream of Arabian Sea.
Tithal beach located at a distance of 88 km from Surat is famous for its picturesque beauty.
Umbharat is another beautiful beach near Navsari by the side of the
Arabian Sea in south Gujarat. is located 42 km away from Surat. This beach is well connected by train and
bus. You can find several guest houses near Umbharat beach. It is famous for being very sandy.
This business oriented city Surat is famous for tourist spots also. The beaches here augment its tourist value. People love beaches as places to live, play and make merry.
It is very interesting to note that forty percent of the world’s population lives on the coastal tassel. The fascination still grows and the number of seaside dwellers is constantly increasing.