The Udaipur beach in Digha is one of most pristine and exquisite sea beaches in India. This unexplored 'virgin sea beach' is located on the border of Orissa and is nestled between New Digha and Talsari. Though just 3 kilometres away from the Digha station, the beach seems to be miles away from it metaphorically. The lonely beach, far far away from the crowded and claustrophobic city life, is dotted with towering casuarina trees and the makeshift stalls of the fishermen who sell fish here. The place is especially famous for its scenic beauty, and people from all parts of the world visit the beach to capture these picturesque views in their sight forever.
Talasari Beach is a beach in the Baleswar district of Odisha, India. It lies on the north-eastern coast of India. The name Talasari is derived from the two words Tala (ତାଳ) (meaning Palm) and Sari/Sarani . The palm trees surrounding the place gives such a name to it. The word Tala also means rhythm, which is reflected in the sea waves lapping against the shore.
Amarbati Park is situated in Digha , West Bengal. The park is known for it picturesque scenario. the place takes all the visitors with the elegance and beauty. people here love to indulge in boating and walking in the park cherishing the jaw-dropping atmosphere of the park.
The latest attraction of New Digha is the newly established Marine Aquarium and Research Centre by the National Council of Science Museums. The research center is the Asia's largest Marine aquarium and was developed in 1989. The aquarium has a total of 32 tanks out of which 24 are big and 8 are small fresh water tanks.
Chandaneshwar is famous for a Shiva temple in Chandaneswar, Baleswar, Odisha. A huge annual fair in the Solar New Year Pana Sankranti, the first day of the Odia calendar, is celebrated on the premises. A large number of pilgrimages from all over the country visit the temple during this period.
Shankarpu'r is a beach town located 14 km east of Digha in West Bengal, India. It is also a regular fishing harbour. The mornings are cool, when fishermen can be seen hauling their huge nets out of the sea. The morning sun reflecting on the sea waves in the east, and the local fishing boats on the coast offer excellent photographic opportunities. Shankarpur contains a number of temples.