Baruva is a village and a beach in Srikakulam district of southern state of Andhra Pradesh, India. The Mahendra Tanaya river merges into the Bay of Bengal at this place. Baruva is not only popular as a tourist destination but given its religious significance due to the location of Durga Temple, Kotilingeswara Swamy Temple and the Janardhana Swami Temple Baruva is an important location for trade and communication in the colonial era. In the wintertime or during the months from March to June is best choice to visit Baruva Beach.
The beach is located approximately 5 kilometers from Sompeta town and 120 kilometers from Srikakulam. Catamaran sailing is popular here. Swimming and kayaking are other activities of interest for adventure and water sport enthusiasts. Resort cottages are available here for tourists. Baruva Beach visitors have many options to explore nightlife.
Attractions at Baruva
Confluence of River Mahendratanaya into Bay of Bengal
Kotilingeswara Swami Temple, Janardhana Swami Temple and Durga Temple.