Covelong Beach, Chennai

About Covelong Beach

Whenever you think of a peaceful and calm beach, then this is the one worth visiting. Situated around 35 kilometers from Chennai, the beach was a port during the times of Saadat Ali, a Nawab of Carnatic.  Often called as Kovalam among the locals, it has a fort built by the Dutch and is now converted into a luxury beach resort, Taj Fisherman's Cove.  Boating and wind surfing activities also take place here.

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