Bheemunipatnam Beach is one of the most exquisite tourist locales at Andhra Pradesh and is often traveled by the tourists. It offers a calm and serene atmosphere for them and also ensures full fledged entertainment for the visitors.
Hemmed by the verdant coconut plantations on one side the golden sand dunes of the sea beaches reckon its glorious past. The Dutch settlements and consequent enrichment of the beach often surfaces as a flashback. This is because of the abundant Forts and cemeteries of the Dutch that fills the Bheemunipatnam Beach region
The Bheemunipatnam Beach is located 24 kilometers from the main city of Vishakhapatnam. River Gosthani lies in the Bheemunipatnam Beach region. It is a medium sized east flowing river that originates on the Ananthagiri Hills of the Western Ghats. At the place of its origin the Borra Caves are located.
In 1963 the Thatipudi Reservoir Project had been constructed over the Gosthani River. It provides drinking water to the main city of Vishakhapatnam. The river meets the sea (Bay of Bengal) at Bheemanipatnam. On the way to Bheemunipatnam Beach the Erramattidibbalu lures the tourists.
This is a kind of red sand that lies on the beaches of the Gosthani River. The town on its banks is filled with numerous pilgrim centers, old churches and temples which offer a soothing sight for the visitors at Bheemunipatnam Beach. The clock tower, light house and the port adds to the charm of the place.