Chowpaty



Chowpaty is a white sand beach of Porbandar. The magnificent view of the sea, with an exotic ambiance, brings in a lot many tourists and residents to the beach.

Chowpaty is the famous beach of Porbandar. It is located at a kilometer's distance, from the city. This beautiful beach has various hotels resorts and villas lined up along the water front. The rooms here provide a splendid view of the seafront along with a number of facilities.

The famous Huzoor Mahal is also located along the beach. Chowpaty, the prominent attraction of the Porbandar city, is of great interest to both locals and tourists. During the evening hours, a large number of people flock here with friends and family for a stroll.

The Chowpaty at Porbandar is well connected with the city by local buses and cars. The tourists can choose from the local conveyance or drive to this popular attraction of Porbandar.



Last Updated on 19th January 2013








     


     

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