Time Required : 2 - 3 hrs
Best Time to Visit : Cooler Months of October to March
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Located in Ullal in the city of Mangalore, Someshwara Beach is a quaint hidden gem of the city. Boasting of shimmering golden sands, a long and beautiful coastline, the beach is also peppered with rock boulders called Rudra Shile, making it unique from its other counterparts in the city.
Someshwara Beach also houses the Someshwara Temple, dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva and it is believed that the rocks dotting the beach are present because of the God’s presence. However, due to the presence of these rocks and also because of the strong currents, the waters are not ideal and really risky for swimming. Another prominent attraction in the vicinity of the beach is the “Ottinene Hill” which is a beautiful vantage point and gives you mesmerising glimpses of the city below, the river Netravati and the big beautiful Arabian Sea.