Bheemunipatnam or "Bheemili" is a sleepy fishing village near Vizag, and a former Dutch settlement. Bheemili’s untouched beaches are blessed with unending expanses of golden sand and beautiful deep blue waters. The coastline is bordered by tall swaying palms and to the beauty of the place immensely.
The Bheemunipatnam Beach, at the northern end of the beach road, is a breathtaking sight to behold. Palm beach are trees line the beach, which is a quiet paradise for those seeking solitude.
The beach and its surrounding areas are also known are Hollander's green-remains of a Dutch settlement, a ruined fort, Bell of Arms and a 17th-century Dutchcemetery are located here. On your way to the beach, you will come across Erra Matti Dibbalu, which translates to 'red sand dunes'. This interesting place has now been protected and preserved as a heritage site.
The nearest airport is 46 km from Visakhapatnam.
The nearest railway station is 32 km from Visakhapatnam.
There are number of buses operated by APSRTC from Visakhapatnam Bus stand.
"Best time to visit this place is between the months of October and March."
The temperature during this time stays between 15 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius.
Rushikonda Beach- It is a hub of serenity, Natural rocks jutting into the clear waters of the sea.
Ramakrishna Beach- It stretches along the extent of the main city. Close to the beach, on Beach Road, are other tourist attractions.
Dolphin's Nose- It is a hill, so named because its headland has the shape of a dolphin's nose.
Submarine Museum-Located on Beach Road, close to the Ramakrishna Beach
Visakha Museum-An old Dutch bungalow near Ramakrishna Beach, also known as Corporation Museum.
Kailasagiri-The park situated atop Kailasagiri offers the most spectacular views of the city.
Simhachalam-About 16km from the city centre lies a small, densely wooded hill known as Simhachalam.
Yarada Beach-About 15km from the centre of the city, located close to the Dolphin's Nose is the picturesque Yarada Northern end of Beach Road