Bheemili Beach Overview
Also known as Bheemunipatnam, this beautiful fishing village is located at the confluence of the Bay of Bengal and the Gosthani River. This was one of the most important 17th-century Dutch settlements and was a major trading port. One of the reasons that make it an intriguing place is that Buddhist remains like caskets etc. were found here dating back to the 3rd-century.

The town gets its name from Bheema of the Mahabharata legends. It is the most famous for its serene beach that stretches for around 30 kilometres. The views of the sea, powdery white sands, old cemeteries, and the sea-facing ancient 14th-century temple of Lord Narasimha make this one of the most popular tourist places in Visakhapatnam. The beach has clean promenades shaded with palm trees where one can sit for hours to enjoy these great views. Don’t miss to see the 18th-century lighthouse and a church that’s known as the Red Church.

Bheemili also houses an old Dutch Fort known for its beautiful architecture. This is a great place to enjoy traditional Andhra food at the local village shacks. 
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