Details Of About the Enigmatic Vengurla Rocks
The mystery is so ancient that a Dutch explorer, 300 years ago, wrote, “There is an archipelago
consisting of large black rocks near the coast of Mingrela (Vengurla) about 9 miles west, the water there
is deep and treacherous. The Vengurla Rocks is an archipelago consisting of 20 large rocks and some
small rocks also.
Just north of Goa and often overshadowed by it, is the beach town of Vengurla. A semi-circular range of
hills surround the town and the white sand beaches on three sides open up to the deep blue Arabian
Sea. The beaches here give you beauty and peace without any crowds.
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Vengurla was burned down twice during its prime days. What is left of the scar is a cluster of large rocks,
now popularly known as Burnt Island. Remember to visit it and take pictures. At the evening fish market
that is set up near the Vengurla Jetty, you can find a large variety of seafood and fish to go.
This is the site for the long-abandoned part of the region. The lighthouse, perched on a hill, is the
highest point from where you can enjoy a view of the beach and the setting sun.
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forts, and breathtaking natural gifts that make the Indian Sea a wonder in itself. In this effort, we wish to
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