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Covelong Tourism Beach - Steeped in History

Covelong, a fishing village on the Tamil Nadu coastline, serves as a true delight for beach lovers. It is relatively close to Chennai and is in many ways, the perfect weekend getaway.

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The Dutch Castle here has been converted into a resort and attracts a lot of tourists every year. Known by the name Taj Fisherman's Cove, it is the perfect place to stretch your legs and have a good time.

Tourist places in and around Covelong

An important attraction in Covelong, is the Taj Fisherman's Cove. The resort overlooks the expanse of the Covelong Beach and offers a splendid view. Other attractions one has to visit while at Covelong are the temples that belong to the 5th to 8th century. Built by the Pallava dynasty, these temples exhibit the rich cultural heritage of erstwhile south Indian kingdoms.

The Shore temples are an important attraction of Covelong that add to the tourist value of the region. Covelong also has options for water sports and is the only spot in the country where options for windsurfing abound.

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A canal running parallel to the great Bay of Bengal separates Covelong from the mainland. Other major attractions of the region include the Covelong Beach, Catholic Church, Dutch Fort anjd Muttukadu Backwaters.

Covelong weather

Covelong experiences the same hot and humid climate which is much characteristic of coastal Tamil Nadu. It would not be advisable to visit during summer when the temperature gets high as 38 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit Covelong is from October to March, when it is winter season in Covelong.

How to reach Covelong

Located in proximity to Tranquebar, Pondicherry and Chennai, the region enjoys good connectivity via road.

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