Elliots Beach - 5 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Elliots Beach
This beach is the endpoint of the Marina beach shore. A prominent landmark on this beach is the Karl schmiditt memorial.
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Guindy National Park
3.74km from Elliots Beach
Guindy national park is a protected area of Tamilnadu and the 8th smallest national park in India and one of the very few national parks situated inside a city.
Arulmigu Kapaleeswarar Temple
3.88km from Elliots Beach
Kapaleeswarar temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva located in Mylapore. The temple is an ancient one that was built around the 7th century in Dravidian architecture.wh
Santhome basilica church
3.91km from Elliots Beach
It is a Roman Catholic minor basilica in the Santhome city of Chennai which was built in16 th century by Portuguese explorers.
Chennai Marina Lighthouse
4.61km from Elliots Beach
A lighthouse situated in the Marina beach Chennai facing the bay of Bengal on the east coast of the Indian subcontinent.
5.79km from Elliots Beach
Marina beach is a natural urban beach in Chennai along the Bay of Bengal. this is the longest natural beach in the country.
6.99km from Elliots Beach
Valluvar kottam is a monument in Chennai, dedicated to the classical Tamil poet and philosopher Valluvar.
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Olive Ridley turtles nest on Chennai beaches at night, between January and April every year. During this season, volunteers of Students Sea Turtle Conservation Network (SSTCN) walk through the beaches in night looking for their eggs and move them to safe places. Once the turtle hatchlings comes out after 45 days, they are released into sea. The cleaning drive was to make that part of the beach debris free, where the eggs are relocated so that the baby turtles can easily paddle through the beach to the sea when they are released. It's joyous feel to help the turtle, but is indeed sad too to help a creature that have survived millions of years on it's own. Mindlessness of man have led all seven species of sea turtles critically endangered.