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  • The dream city of India, Mumbai, is home to one
    of the most protected harbours in India, the
    Arabian Sea, and it is one of the best places to
    witness a magical sunrise or sunset. Amidst the
    fast-paced city life, Mumbai is home to several
    serene and beautiful beaches that offer
    spectacular sunset and the perfect ambience to
    stroll on the sparkling golden sands with your
  • Situated on the western coast of India, Mumbai is
    circumscribed by the magnificent Arabian Sea. As
    such, there are a number of beaches in Mumbai and
    watching the glorious sunsets from these family
    beaches is indeed a blissful sight. The beaches
    here are also looked upon as an important focal
    point for shooting of many films, and there are
    countless restaurants, cafes and food stalls
    located nearby, where you can enjoy and savour
    several mouth-watering foods. Most Mumbai
    residents take a break from the everyday city
    life and visit these beaches to spend quiet time
    with their friends and family.
  • There are a handful of mesmerizing and relaxing
    family beaches in Mumbai that take you to a
    different world altogether. They boast of sunset
    points too as well as a peaceful environment and
    natural beauty at its best. So, check out these
    beaches on your next Mumbai trip

Top 7 Beaches To Visit In Mumbai
  • Juhu Beach
  • Chowpatty Beach
  • Aksa Beach
  • Madh Island Beach
  • Versova Beach
  • Marvé Beach
  • Manori Beach

1. Juhu Beach
  • Located in the western suburbs of Mumbai, close
    to Ville Parle station, Juhu Beach is the longest
    and most popular of all the family beaches in
    Mumbai and offers a splendid sunset along with
    places serving wide variety of incredible street
    food like spicy bhelpuri, cheesy pavbhaji, tangy
    vadapav, fresh ice-candy and other local
    delicacies. There are a lot of shacks and local
    vendors near the main parking area that also sell
    some great South Indian food like masala dosa,
    idli, coconut water and vada.
  • There are several plush hotels and restaurants
    facing the beach that are thronged by tourists
    round the year. The beach is also in close
    proximity to the posh locality where most TV
    celebrities and Bollywood superstars stay and
    therefore, it is quite common to find famous
    celebrities jogging on the silken sands of this
    popular beach.

1. Juhu Beach
  • While visiting the Juhu Beach, you can enjoy fun
    activities like the dancing monkeys, watch
    cricket matches, or check out toys sellers, etc.
    which are sure to enthral the crowd. Television
    shoots are often held here and a number of
    handmade toy-sellers, roasted corn vendors and
    acrobats catch the visitors eye. While here, you
    can also plan a trip to the iconic ISKCON Temple
    which is at a short distance from the beach, or
    watch a theatre performance at the famous Prithvi
    Cafe. The beach remains evergreen and the perfect
    place to visit at all times of the year,
    especially during early morning or evenings. Even
    in the hot sultry months, the evenings are very
    pleasant as a cool sea breeze blows, and the
    temperatures become mild.
  • Location Juhu, Mumbai
  • Things to do Jogging, cycling, walking, a game
    of beach volleyball, ride a horse or a camel,
    exercise, seaside local food and photography

2. Chowpatty Beach
2. Chowpatty Beach
  • One of most well-known family beaches in South
    Mumbai, Chowpatty Beach is immensely popular for
    its local coastal delicacies. The beach is
    swarmed by locals at the time of the immersion of
    idols during the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, and
    is a sight to behold. Being close to both
    Churchgate and Charni Road stations, it is a
    popular hangout place for college students,
    tourists and locals alike.
  • The beach is located in the Dadar suburbs of
    Mumbai, and is immensely popular for the
    eye-catching view of the Bandra Worli Sea Link
    Bridge. The beach is frequented by residential
    locals coming for an evening stroll, early
    morning yoga, exercise or to spend some leisure
    time. There are quite a few sunset points along
    the beach which will inspire the photographer in
  • Location Girgaum Chowpatty, Mumbai
  • Things to do Horse and camel ride, jogging,
    photography and local food

3. Aksa Beach
3. Aksa Beach
  • Set against the backdrop of swaying coconut
    trees, on the outskirts of the city in Malad,
    Aksa Beach is known for its clean sand and
    idyllic quietness, where all sorts of commercial
    activities take a backseat and peace becomes a
    state of mind. Walking barefoot on the soft sand
    during sunset is a must-do and the calming breeze
    gently adds to the tranquil surroundings. The
    beach serves as one of the best spots for
    organizing parties and picnics. Sea shells and
    snails scattered across the beach seem to mirror
    the stars on a full moon light. Picking up
    seashells is one of the fun activities to engage
    in here. Locals flock to this beach for jogging,
    evening walk, admire beautiful sunset views and
    to enjoy the silence and breezy atmosphere.

3. Aksa Beach
  • Due to the strong tides and waves, it is also not
    recommended to visit the beach during monsoons.
    The beach is a rejuvenating retreat from the
    hustle bustle of the city life, and owes most of
    its popularity to the song Tujhe Aksa Beach
    ghuma du from the Bollywood movie God Tussi
    Great ho.Lately though, it is becoming a top
    pick among tourists seeking tranquillity and
    peace. The beach is still untouched by the city
    crowds and hence maintains its natural charm,
    unblemished beauty and is frequented by families
    and couples alike. Lined with quaint little
    cottages and luxury resorts, the pristine beach
    makes for an ideal getaway and is counted as one
    of the best family beaches in Mumbai.
  • Location Aksa Beach, Mumbai
  • Things to do Walking bare-foot, jogging,
    relaxing, swimming, taking a moonlit stroll and

4. Madh Island Beach
4. Madh Island Beach
  • Madh Island Beach is one of the most famous
    family beaches of Mumbai and is known as a
    renowned tourist spot. This beautiful and
    relatively-isolated beach is actually made of a
    cluster of little villages and farmlands situated
    on the North-Western coast of Mumbai. The shore
    is flanked by mangroves on all sides that add to
    its scenic beauty.
  • While here, one can spot the watchtower built by
    the Portuguese in early 17th century called the
    Madh Fort that stands tall to this day, and is a
    breathtaking structure overlooking the sea. The
    fort has also been used for the shooting of some
    very popular Bollywood movies including Shootout
    at Wadala, Baazigar and Shatranj. Although the
    interiors are crumbling and mostly in ruins, the
    fort still boasts of sturdy fortification, and
    falls under the purview of Indian Air Force as it
    is close to Indian Air Force base.

4. Madh Island Beach
  • Madh Island is a respite from the otherwise
    dazzling environs of the city and can be reached
    by an hours drive or a ferry ride from Mumbai.
    The island is bordered by the Arabian Sea on the
    west and Malad Creek on the east, and is mainly
    inhabited by Kolis, Marathis, and Roman
    Catholics. The swift current and tides of the
    ocean are not ideal for a swim and it is
    prohibited to wander off too far in the waters
    even during low tides. The beach is swarmed by
    tourists owing to its sunset points, sun-kissed
    sands, fishing boats and fishermen going about
    their daily chores.
  • Tip Make sure to carry a sunscreen, a cap or
    hat, and sunglasses along and wear comfortable
    clothes like shorts, tees, pants or dresses
  • Location Christian Wada, Madh, Mumbai
  • Things to do Visit the beautiful Portuguese
    watchtower, the 16th-century church St.
    Bonaventure, savour local food, or go swimming,
    jogging, snorkelling and photography

5. Versova Beach
5. Versova Beach
  • The Versova Beach is one of the other popular
    family beaches located in Mumbai and is
    comparatively less crowded. This bewitching coast
    is an extension of the Juhu Beach and separated
    by a creek, and is situated in the suburbs of
    Andheri. The Versova Village after which the
    beach is named, is home to the prominent fishing
    community or Kolis, and is famous for its daily
    fish market auctions and its large fish market.
    Bordered by huge rock boulders to keep the
    village safe from the sea waves and tides, the
    beach attracts tourists owing to its natural
    beauty, spectacular sunset points and numerous
    fun activities. The beach is ideal for swimming,
    surfing, snorkelling, cycling, jogging and
    engaging in water sports.

5. Versova Beach
  • While visiting this beach, one can also pay
    homage at the Siddhivinayak Temple, Mount Mary
    Church of Bandra and the Jain temple that are all
    located beside the beach itself. The beach
    attracts many photo fanatics and shutterbugs,
    especially during dawn and dusk to capture the
    changing colours of the sky and the enchanting
    landscape vistas. Festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi
    are celebrated with a lot of pomp and vigour and
    the season draws tourists in thousands to be a
    part of the grand festivities. It is advisable
    not to visit the beach during the summer and
    monsoon months as it can get unbearable due to
    the heat and humidity.
  • Location  Bharat Nagar, Versova, Andheri West,
  • Things to do Swimming, horse riding,
    snorkelling, cycling and photography 

6. Marvé Beach
  • Marvé Beach is known primarily for its cashew nut
    groves and the imposing medieval Portuguese
    church, besides the magnificent sunset points.
    Furthermore, a special ferry transports people
    from the beach to Essel World and to the Global
    Vipassana Pagoda which is aglow in the night and
    is a sight to behold. The beach also houses a
    tiny ancient Portuguese church which is popular
    amongst the tourists, and facilitates ferry rides
    every ten minutes from here to Manori beach.
  • Situated in Malad, in the western suburbs of
    Mumbai, it is one of the unexplored beaches in
    Mumbai, making it the hidden gem in the otherwise
    busy city. At night, the beach appears to look
    like a colourful fair, and locals indulge in the
    citys famous street snacks and head to nearby
    attractions and local markets, to get the most
    out of their day. Thronged by couples owing to
    the romantic appeal and idyllic setting, the
    beach is also visited by college students and
    families occasionally.
  • Location Marve Beach, Malad West, Mumbai
  • Things to do Photography, walking, jogging and

7. Manori Beach
  • Tucked further away from Marvé Beach is one of
    the most pristine beaches in Mumbai, Manori
    Beach. Blanketed by cashew nut groves and
    Portuguese architecture, it is an ideal weekend
    getaway in Mumbai for families, and is a popular
    ground for hosting night parties and fun
    activities. The beach is well connected to Essel
    World through a ferry ride, and Malad is the
    closest railway station to this serene fishing
  • A number of budget hotels and resorts cater to
    travellers, and a visit to this beach on full
    moon night promises serenity. This beach is a
    great option if you are craving for a calm and
    peaceful getaway and can be one of the beaches
    near Mumbai for one day picnics.
  • One of the most popular and silent family beaches
    in Mumbai, it is easily accessible via ferry or
    road, making it one of the popular attractions
    for tourists. There are ample hotels and
    five-star resorts in close proximity to spend a
    great weekend or holiday.
  • Location Koliwada, Manori, Mumbai
  • Things to do Take a stroll barefoot on the
    beach, or indulge in photography and sightseeing
  • So if you are willing to spend some time away
    from the hustle-bustle of the city, then these
    beaches in Mumbai are the best places to visit to
    help feel rejuvenated in a short span of time.


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