Discover Konark's Must-Visit Tourist Spots


Konark Sun Temple

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Konark Sun Temple is a masterpiece of ancient architecture dedicated to the Sun God Surya and is known for its intricate carvings.

Konark Museum

Located near the Sun Temple, Konark Museum houses a collection of sculptures and artefacts excavated from the temple complex, providing insights into the artistry and history of the region.

Konark Beach

Also known as Chandrabhaga Beach, Konark Beach becomes India's first beach to get the Blue Flag certification (a tag provided to clean and environment-friendly beaches) known for its scenic beauty.

Ramachandi Temple And Beach

Named after Goddess Ramachandi, Ramachandi temple is situated at a distance of 7 km from Konark along the banks of the Kushabhadra River and the nearby beach offers serene surroundings.


A small village near Konark, Kuruma is popular for its ancient Buddhist relics, including stupas and monasteries and is an important archaeological site showcasing the region's Buddhist heritage.

Varahi Devi Temple

Situated in Chaurasi, near Konark, the Varahi Devi Temple is dedicated to Goddess Varahi and is revered by devotees for its spiritual significance and architectural beauty.

Maa Mangala Temple

Built in the typical Kalinga style, Maa Mangala Temple is a major pilgrimage for devotees of the Shakti cult and is dedicated to Goddess Mangala, considered a guardian deity of the region.