Sawantwadi Palace, the most popular and probably the oldest attraction of Sawantwadi and has passed the test of time and natural calamities. This splendid property has an archived that is worth admiring and boasts of beautiful impressive carvings. The palace interior contains amazing paintings which showcase the regal lifestyle of the royalty of the 6th and 7th century.
Moti Bag and Talao
Moti Talao or Moti Talav is an enchanting lake site along with a beautiful well-manicured garden. During your visit to this lake, you can enjoy boat riding and fishing. You can also indulge in a leisure walk white admiring the beautiful scenery. The lake is open to public all round the clock. From this lake, one can have a clear view of the Sawantwadi Palace.
Located in close proximity to Amboli in Sawantwadi, Manohargad and Santoshgad are beautiful twin forts. Triangular in shape, both these forts have a plateau of substantial size. A narrow valley between the two forts separates the 2 forts. It is believed that both these forts were erected during the reign of the Marathas and the Peshwas.
Chitarali is an excellent place where the tourists can get their hands on some amazing wooden toys as well as other handicraft items including jewellery boxes, Ganjifa cards, popular exotic lacquer ware, hand-knit bags, purses, bamboo craft and earthen pottery. Buy them as souvenirs and keepsakes.
Placed in Sawantwadi, Narendra hills comprise of land that boasts of a varied forest and several spots from where the tourists can have some great sunset as well as sunset views. You can also visit the Narendra Van Udyan that is a garden on the top. You can enjoy picnic with your loved ones there.