Kihim Beach is situated 12 km from Alibaug and 120 km from Mumbai. The beach lies to the north of the city and is surrounded by various trees with colourful butterflies, coconut trees and wild flowers. The Kihim Beach retains its natural beauty as it is an undiscovered land. Beautiful migratory and resident birds are found in abundance at the beach, which attract tourists in large number.
Kolaba Fort is located at the distance of around 1 km from the Alibaug Beach in the coastal town of Alibaug. This sea fort was constructed by Maratha warrior, Shivaji Maharaj, which has 25 ft high, 350 ft wide and 900 ft long walls. The fort dates back to around 300 years and was built in 1680. It gained prominence due to the various battles between the Marathas and the Siddis, the British and the Portuguese.
Alibaug Beach is one of the prominent beaches of Alibaug town in the Konkan region of Maharashtra. Among all the beaches, Alibaug Beach has the blackest sand deposits. There is a mazhar of Ali Shah Bawa in the middle of the town and the beach has been named after him.
Versoli Beach is located on the outskirts of Alibaug in Versoli, which is a small satellite hamlet. Though this beach serves as a naval base, tourists can enjoy the white sand and clean water. Moreover, the beach is dotted with numerous coconut and casuarina trees.
Nagaon Beach is a beautiful beach situated 7 km from Alibaug on Alibaug-Revdanda route in the Raigad District of Maharashtra. The beach is surrounded by suru trees and cypress grove and is visited by number of tourists for its clean water. Water sports like boat ride, kayaking.
Someshwar Temple is an ancient Hindu temple in Akshi, which is situated at a distance of 3 km from Alibaug. It was built by Satavahana rulers and the structure reflects the architectural style of their ruling period. A popular story is associated with the temple that Lord Shiva also known as Someshwar drank poison.