La Mer Beach House by Mystique Escapes, situated at Revdanda Fort, a sea village in Raigad District, Alibaug, is a perfect Gateway to experience nature upclose. The splendid Arabian sea at La Mer offers a breathtaking views & tranquil surroundings. The property at La Mer is located in the sand and the sea is only a minutes walk from our location. It is only three and half hour drive from Mumbai or Pune.
The price mentioned is for 2 guest occupancy of the room but it can accommodate upto 4 guests on paying extra person charges
The total area is around 2.5 acres on the beach right next to Revdanda fort. You can reside and relish for a whole day in our aesthetically furnished & fully serviced AC Executive Rooms or AC Deluxe Rooms at La mer and can rest in the lap of coconut trees on swings and hammocks or even enjoy a wonderful sun bath on the beach. Here at our beach resort experience wonderful planned activities in the sea that can make your holiday even more interesting and take extremely pleasant memories with you home.
All guests can visit the front office to check-in & get access to their rooms. Guests are also requested to carry out online check-in , details would be provided in the confirmation email.
Revdanda is a village near Alibaug, India. It is 17 km away from Alibag and 125 km away from Mumbai. If you drive through the town, the road enters through an old archway and then exits from another before getting to the bridge. If between these two archways you turn right and make a detour to the western portion of the fort, which reaches out into the sea, you have found a great vantage point. During high tide the waves crash onto the palm-fringed ramparts of the fort and you get a view of the creek to the south and the beach to the north. There is an entrance from the beach to the Revdanda fort.
Revdanda fort is also the location where St. Francis Xavier delivered one of his early sermons in India. The chapel still exists in a run down condition. The chapel is within the walled fort, on the south side and not far from the main road. There are many places to watch out in Revdanda.
Revdanda came into limelight when Russian historians found out that the first Russian traveller to India landed in Revdanda. A monument was raised in his memory on 23 November 2000. A foundation stone for the monument in memory of Afanasy Nikitin, the first Russian traveller to India was laid at Revdanda.
Revdanda is one of the most important places of Konkan, Maharashtra for the Indian Jewish community. Almost 700 years ago after the destruction of the Holy Temple of Israel in Biblical era, a group of Jews who already knew about India and had been in contact with India. This group of people arrived in Nagav which is 15 minutes from Revdanda. They adopted Indian culture, names, lifestyle and founded an Indian Jewish community.
The area is known for the coconut and beetlenut plantations in the region. The plantations of coconut trees is called "naralachi baag" or "wadi" in Marathi language. The place is also known for a species of aromatic flower called "Bakuli". It's a small flower with a wonderful fragrance. Apart from the plantations of coconut and beetlenut the livelihood of people in this region comes from the production of rice
Revdanda Beach is a very isolated beach in this region. The sand is black in colour, which gives it a unique look. The beach is integral part of people in Revdanda, its one of the places where people come to relax after days heavy work.As Revdanda lies in coastal region fish curry and rice forms a part of diet of the people of this region.
Boat Service available from Mumbai ( Gateway of India ) to Alibaug ( Mandwa Jetty) - 30 - 40 mins
Speed Boat Service also available from Alibaug ( Mandwa Jetty ) to Revdanda (check your confirmation mail for details ) - 10 mins
Revdanda Beach - 1 min walk
Revdanda Fort - 5 min walk
Rameshwar Temple, Chaul - 3.5 Kms
Birla Temple - 5 Kms
Korlai Fort - 5 Kms
Murud Janjira Fort - 35 Kms
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