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Kothapatnam Beach

Kothapatnam is a small costal village in Prakasam district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Kothapatnam mandal in Ongole revenue division.Kothapatnam Beach is one amongst the top attractions in Ongole. Located 18 km from the city, the beach is a great source of entertainment for local people and tourists. The clear blue waters of the sea, the long stretches of sand and the gentle breeze mesmerize you. Boating is available here.But for the Karthika Purnima festival, when locals throng in thousands, the beach is less frequented.

Rail – There is no railway station near to Kothapatnam in less than 10 km. Ongole Rail Way Station (near to Ongole) , Karavadi Rail Way Station (near to Ongole) are the Rail way stations reachable from near by towns. How ever Guntur Jn Rail Way Station is major railway station 112 KM near to Kothapatnam.

Road – Ongole are the nearby by towns to Kothapatnam having road connectivity to Kothapatnam.

Bus – Ongole APSRTC Bus Station , Ongole Bypass APSRTC Bus Station , Tanguturu APSRTC Bus Station are the nearby by Bus Stations to Kothapatnam .APSRTC runs Number of busses from major cities to here.

PAKALA Beach

Pakala is a village in Prakasam district state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Singaraya Konda Mandal.Pakala is located on the shore of the Bay of Bengal, 5 km east of Singarayakonda and 3 km north of Ullapalem, with sea on the east. It is located at coordinates 15°16′ N and 80°04′ E at elevation starting at one foot near Pallepalem and about 25 ft (7.6 m) on the west side of village.

Chirala Beach(Vodarevu Beach)

Vodarevu Beach is located about 6 km from Chirala on the west coast of Bay of Bengal. It is situated in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh at a distance of 6 km from the Vodarevu Beach of the same district. Coconut trees line the shore.

Ramayapatnam Beach

Ramayapatnam Beach is located on the coast of Bay of Bengal, in Prakasam district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The beach is being developed for tourism by the state tourism board, APTDC.