Renowned for its longest driveable beach in India, Mandarmani is located in the East Midnapore district of West Bengal. Situated at a distance of 14 km from Chaulkhola, the village is one of the fastest developing tourist attractions of West Bengal.

Called Mandarboni by the locals, the village offers peaceful settings for tourists to unwind and spend some quality time.

The prime attraction of the village is the 13 km beach. It the longest drivable beach in India. Visitors can experience water sports activities like surfing, jet skiing, banana boat rides, ATV bikes and bungee trampoline. The beach is also an ideal spot to watch sunrise and sunset.

The Digha-Mandarmani Festival is another attraction, it is a four day festival held in the month of January. Several water and beach sports events are conducted. One can also participate in the sea food festival, where you can select your favourite fish that would be cooked in front of you. During the festival, concert is also held in which Bangla band performs on the temporary watchtowers built on the beaches.

Tourists should also try the local cuisine, which comprises delicious seafood. Crab and fishes are the main delicacies.

Shopaholics can buy objects made from different types of sea-shells and oysters. Items like shell necklace is popular among the tourist.

Mandarmani Beach: The beach is probably the longest drivable beach in India. The beach is famous for water sport activities like surfing, jet skiing, ATV bikes, banana boat rides and bungee trampoline. The beach offerssunset and sunrise view. The beach is an ideal place for swimming, sunbathing, beach cricket and beach volleyball.

The Delta: Situated on the outskirts at a distance of six km from the main coastal town. Most of the resorts and hotels are located in this area. It is also referred as 'Mohana' or river delta. One can see dense Jhau trees along with fishing settlements.