Diveagar Beach

A beach that shot up in popularity after a serendipitous discovery of a golden mask of the elephant god Ganesha, Diveagar, is a prosperous village located at the northern end of the tripple Raigad beaches of Harihareshwar Shrivardhan and Diveagar.

Raigad is famous for the three beaches one after the other inter spread with a few lesser known destinations. Diveagar is located at the northern end about 20 kms from Shrivardhan. Diveagar beach is not a flat beach unlike the other beaches in this region and owing to it Diveagar is quite a wavy beach making playing in the surf quite fun in Diveagar. Water sports and parasailing is also available in Diveagar beach.

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Diveagar was famous for the Suvarna ganesh temple, Unfortunately the mask was stolen from the 'Suvarna Ganesh' temple in 2012 however the popularity of Diveagar beach did not diminish thanks to the beautiful beach that no one can steal!

Believed to be built in the thirteenth century, Rupnarayan Temple is located on the way to the Diveagar beach. The temple has been recently renovated and now is one of the prime attractions of diveagar. The idol of Vishnu is the main attraction of this temple built in Shilahara architechtural style.

Although Diveagar has restaurants offering different cuisines the home made food served in the lunch homes dotting the main street in Diveagar is the best option to enjoy veg and non veg delicacies prepared in authentic kokani culinary style.