Famous for the ‘Kadyawarcha Ganpati’ (Ganesh temple situated on a cliff) Anjarle is blessed with one of the secluded deaches in Dapoli. Anjarle has a two kilometers long stretch of clean beach with a cover of white sand and is surrounded by palms and trees. Anjarle beach is located near the estuary of river Jog.
The major attraction in Anjarle is the Kadyavarcha Ganpati temple with a rare "Ujwya Sondecha Ganpati". A Ganesh idol with its trunk turned towards right. There is a pond in front of the temple and a small but beautiful temple of Lord Shiva. The temple has a stone staircase to reach the top of the temple. A vantage point it offers a panoramic view of the blue sea, Suvarnadurg Fort and surrounding hills.
Yaqub Baba Durgah
Yaqub Baba durgah is located at Kelshi. The work on the dargah was initiated by Shivaji maharaj, continued by Sambhaji Maharaj, and Bajirao - I completed the work on the dargah
Suvarnadurg - Harnai
Located about a quarter of a mile off the coast from Harnai port is Suvarnadurg Fort. Harnai port from where you can get a boat tpo get to Suvatnadurg is about 10 kms from Anjarle.
Mahalaxmi Temple - Kelshi
Mahalakshmi temple is located in Kelshi about 10 kms from Anjarle. Mahalakshmi temple was built during the Peshwa regime and the idol is believed to be swayambhu with a powerful diety. The temple also has the idols of Lord Ganpati and Lord Shiva. This temple is located at the base of the Utambare hill. Near the temple is Yakub Baba Dargah and is believed that the darshan of Mahalakshmi is incomplete without a visit to the dargah.
Shree Bhargavram Temple
Located about 10 Kilometers from Anjarle, Shree Bhargavram temple is a temple complex with five temples. A fleet of stone steps takes one to the temple complex with each facing east. Ade and Chiplun are two places in Konkan with a Parshuram temple.