Nellore is a prominent land located along the southeastern coast of Bay Of Bengal. today we talk about Best Place to visit in Nellore. Nellore has significant developments be it in art, trade or literature of prehistoric times when it was ruled by several dynasties which highlight its rich cultural past. Here are the top places that you are not to miss on your trip to Nellore.

1. Udayagiri Fort

Udayagiri Fort is located at an altitude of 3079 meters ASL. The Udyagiri village is situated on a hilltop and this hill is famously known as Sanjeevi Hills. The fort had been under the control of various rulers including Cholas, Pallavas and lastly, it came into the hands of Vijayanagar rulers. It was also conquered by Islamic rulers. The fort consists of 13 buildings and various temples where the influence of the rulers that ruled the fort can be seen. The fort is a blend of various cultures and a fine example of the artistic skills of the bygone era.

2. Nellapattu Bird Sanctuary

Nellapattu Bird Sanctuary is one of the most frequently visited tourist spots. It attracts migratory birds from all parts of the world and has over 1500 pelicans during migratory season.there are lot’s of foreign birds can be found and you can see rare birds also here. Rare species of birds like pelicans, spoonbills, night herons, egrets, ducks can be found here. The sanctuary holds a library, museum, and auditorium.

3. Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple Best Place to visit in Nellore

Situated on the banks of Pennar River, the famous Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple belongs to 7th century Pallava rulers as a portrayal of the architectural excellence encompassing beautiful sculptures on the walls and doors. The seven gold ‘kalasams’ and the 29-meter tall main entrance leave one captivated. this place makes the list very strong of Best Place to visit in Nellore.

4. Penchalakona


A sacred place for pilgrims, the Penchalakona is situated 80 km away from Nellore. The temple is dedicated to Lord Narasimha and is situated on the top of Vedagiri Hills. The temple receives more importance from a religious point of view as it is believed that the temple was built on the place where Lord Venkateswara had placed his feet.

5. Mypadu Beach

Mypadu is a wondrous beach with beautiful landscapes, greenery, soft sands, clear water along the coastline which makes the beach the best in Nellore. The beach has everything about it perfect. The vast greenery before your eyes is enchanting. It offers a serene atmosphere where you can unwind yourself. The sands are tempting to have a sunbath and the trees invite you to take a walk enjoying the breeze. Mypadu is also coming in the list of Best Place to visit in Nellore.

6. Pulicat Lake

Pulikat Lake Best Place to visit in Nellore

Pulicat Lake is the second largest brackish water lagoon in India which was delineated as a Bird Sanctuary in 1976. Pulicat Lake also comes in the list of Best Place to visit in Nellore. A paradise for bird watchers, it attracts a multitude of migratory birds like egrets, pelican, flamingoes, and terns. Sightseeing and water activities are the main activities that make this place a perfect weekend getaway.

7. Bara Shaheed Dargah

Bara Shaheed Dargah

Barah Shaheed Dargah is a mausoleum located very close to the sea in Sulurpet in Nellore. It was established in the honor of 12 martyrs and it is believed that those who visit here to pay their respects, have their wishes fulfilled. The dargah behold special importance during the time of Moharram when a festival called Rottela Panduga is held.

Nellore is a quiet place to enjoy your vacation. The tourist places boast of cultural richness and natural beauty by commanding your attention and stimulating your interest. Nellore also some others place we will discuss later and according to us Pulicate lake is must visit place in the Nellore. these are the all Best Place to visit in Nellore hope you like it.

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