Located in Baleswar district of Odisha and at a distance of 10 Km from Digha, the Talasari beach is pristine, serene and has been bestowed with spectacular panorama.
There are secret beaches, beaches which are beyond the reach of contamination, beaches that refresh our senses and Talasari is one such place. This virgin beach has sand dunes, calmer waves amid several palm trees, coconut trees, cashew trees known to be the last beach on the north eastern coast of India. Talasari gets its name from Tala (rhythm) and Sari (row)- the rhythm formed by a well arrayed lush green belt and golden sands with an occasional red fleck (thanks to the red crabs ambling around) meeting the enormous sea, which is almost melodious. Being a fisherman's paradise, Talasari doesn't experience much tourist rush. There is a concrete structure where fishermen trap their fishes and sell them in a fish market near the beach where you can also find cooked chicken, crabs and fish. You can simply walk across the river bed or enjoy boat rides and high tides the high tides here. Apart from being a sea beach, Talasari also is a river bank of Subornorekha river which flows to merge into the Bay of Bengal.
Download Talasari Beach PDF Guide
Free . Works Offline . Share Anywhere
Compare quotes from upto 3 travel agents for free
One of the less exploited beaches in Odisha as it is not frequently visited by people.
You generally have to eat at the place of stay or otherwise carry your own food from Digha which is half a day trip.
Ask a question from the travellers who have experience.
Q. Talsari being a lonely beach, is it safe for a small group of 3 ladies? In the evening, till what time can we stay at the beach? We are planning to stay at Panthasala.Answer this question