Diveagar Beach, Diveagar shrivardhan

Diveagar Beach is located approximately 170 kilometers south of Mumbai. The beach is accessible from the Mumbai-Goa highway (via Kolad or Karnala).

Diveagar is one of the beachside villages along the Konkan coast in Raigad district of the state of Maharashtra, India.

The beach contains a number of Suru trees (Casuarina), which are common to coastal Maharashtra. The access to the beach has a dense cover of Belu trees, which are otherwise uncommon in the area.[citation needed]

Another major attraction in Diveagar village is a temple of Lord Ganesh. The idol has a mask which is made of pure gold. This mask was discovere

by Mrs Patil, a few decades back buried along with other treasure in a thick copper trunk in her beetel farm, opposite Abhynkar's House.

Diveagar is a popular beach destination along with nearby towns of Shrivardhan Origin of the Peshwas and Harihareshwar.

Sand Bubble Crabs can be found on the beach and at nearby Harihareshwar one can find Dolphins