Tarkarli is situated 6-km south of Malvan and 546-km from
Mumbai on the west
coast of India, at the confluence of the Karli River and the Arabian Sea.
This place has gained prominence because of its long and narrow stretch of
beach with pristine waters.
On a fairly clear day, one can see the bed unto a depth of 20 ft. It presents a panoramic view with tall 'Shuru' trees in the background. The wide river, the beautiful sailboats and the tiny wonderful islands hamlets situated on the riverbank, add to the picturesque beauty of Tarkarli.
Other attractions of the Tarkarli are the forts Sindhudurg, one of Maharashtra's more popular and important sea fort, built in the 17th century and the famous Padmagarh fort.
Rail: The nearest railway station is Kudal on the
Road: Tarkarli is easily accessible from Malvan by bus and rickshaw, which is 514-km away from Mumbai.
There is an excellent resort of Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) located near the beach for accommodation.