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Gothi , Gotheghar, Alibaug

1 BHK & 2 BHK Plots
1090 Sq.ft To 2180 Sq.ft Built-up area
27.0 Lacs Onwords
Wings Lifespace
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Wings Lifespaces Alibaug Life is an ongoing residential development by Wings Lifespaces. The project offers villa plots. It is well equipped with all the amenities to facilitate the needs of the residents with starting from area 1090 Sq.ft To 2180 Sq.ft  Built-up area at Affordable Price.Locali...

Gotheghar, Gotheghar, Alibaug

Studio, 1 BHK, 3 BHK & 4 BHK Apartment
450 Sq.ft To 2442 Sq.ft Carpet Area
On Requst
Arion Developers And Realtors
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 98205 75619

Arion Inaara is an ongoing residential developments by Arion Developers And Realtors. The project offers Studio, 1 BHK, 3 BHK & 4 BHK Apartments with starting area from 450 Sq.ft To 2442 Sq.ft Carpet Area as affordable cost located at Gotheghar Alibaug. It is well prepared with all the features ...

Kavir, Kavir, Alibaug

1BHK and 2 BHK Flats
545 Sq.ft. - 1565 Sq.ft.
Rs.21 Lacs Onwards
Disha Direct
Investor / Resale Options Available
+91 97690 25551


Read More About Alibaug & it's Real Estate Property Market

  • Alibaug is a coastal town and a municipal council in Raigad District in the Konkan region of Maharashtra, India.
  • It is the headquarters of the Raigad district.
  • It is the closest beach getaway to Mumbai, accessible by a ferry ride (ferries operational Oct-May) across the Gateway of India in south Mumbai.
  • Alibaug was developed in the 17th century by Sarkhel Kanhoji Aangre, the naval chief of King Shivaji's kingdom.
  • Alibaug and its surrounding villages are the historic hinterland of Bene Israeli Jews. There is a synagogue in the - Israel Ali- meaning Israel lane, area of the town.
  • Alibaug houses a magnetic observatory which was set up in 1904. It serves as one of the significant observatories forming part of a global network now run by Indian Institute of Geomagnetism.
  • Adv. Datta Patil College of Law, Alibaug is the first law college in Raigad District. The other notable school is in the village Khandale which is run by Konkan Education Society.
  • Tourism is the mainstay of the town's economy.
  • Alibaug is home to getaway resorts, homestays, farms and small resorts that cater to Ex-Mumbai and Ex-Pune getaway seekers.
  • Since the late nineties, the town and municipality has seen the development of a few industrial sites.
  • Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers (RCF) was the first industrial unit set up near Alibaug.
  • Other companies include Ispat industries Ltd (Mittal Group), Welspun Maxsteel Ltd (Welspun Group), Gas Authority Of India Limited (GAIL), HP LPG and Reliance Petrochemicals (RPCL) are near the town.


  • There are a variety of places to see while in Alibaug.
  • The Kulaba Fort in the town is well-known for its architectural grandeur and was built by the late Maratha King, Chhatrapati Shivaji.
  • This fort directly overlooks the town while also facing the sea.
  • The beaches in and around Alibaug are also popular tourist destinations.
  • The Alibaug Beach is a must-visit place and is popular among weekend tourists. 
  • Varsoli Beach, Nagaon Beach, Korlai Beach, Akshi Beach, Kihim-Navgaon Beach and the Thal Beach are some of the other popular beaches around Alibaug.
  • For those wanting to visit religious shrines, the Kaneshwar Mandir is located around 13 km from the heart of Alibaug.
  • Mandwa is also an important tourist destination situated 20 km from Alibaug where one can find bungalows of many Bollywood celebrities.
  • The 150-year-old 'Magnetic Observatory' is also worth your visit while you are in Alibaug.


  • As of 2001 India census, Alibaug had a population of 19,491.
  • Males constitute 52 percent of the population and females 48 percent.
  • Alibaug has an average literacy rate of 79 percent, higher than the national average of 59.5 percent; with 54 percent of the males and 46 percent of females literate.
  • Approx 11 percent of the population is under 6 years of age.
  • Famous celebrities who are born in Alibaug are Sarkhel Kanhojio Angre, V.P. Karmarkar, 1964 Padmashree award winner sculptor Saswane, General Arun Shridhar Vaidya who led Operation Blue Star.
  • Alibaug is the weekend home for rich and famous like former cricketers Sachin Tendulkar, Ravi Shastri, Sunil Gavaskar, business tycoons Ratan Tata, Adi Godrej and Singhania  (Raymond) who have sea-facing bungalows in and around the town.


  • One can reach Alibaug via Pen (30 km), which is on the Mumbai (78 km) – Goa road.
  • From Mumbai, one can reach Alibaug by traveling on the Mumbai-Goa highway (NH-17) till Wadkhal (or Vadkhal) and taking the right fork from Wadkhal – the left fork being the road to Goa.
  • It is approximately 108 km from Mumbai.
  • The nearest rail railway station is at Pen. Through Pen, it is connected to Panvel and onwards to Mumbai and the Indian Railways network.
  • The nearest jetty is Mandwa from where catamaran/ferry services are available to Mumbai.
  • Another port in the vicinity is Rewas, from where a ferry service is available to Ferry Wharf (Bhaucha Dhakka/Dockyard Road).
  • There is a jetty at Custom Bandar from where fishermen in Alibaug set sail.
  • One can also reach Alibaug by catamaran through Gateway of India to Mandwa or from Bhaucha Dhakka to Rewas and from Mandwa/Rewas to Alibaug by bus.
  • The ticket price includes the journey from Gateway to Mandwa and bus journey from Mandwa to Alibaug bus stop.
  • From Rewas to Alibaug one needs to take a State Transport bus or a rickshaw.
  • Take the ferry from Gateway of India (Mumbai) to Mandwa. Services are usually available from morning till evening. 
  • The trip takes 40-55 minutes depending on the type of boat.
  • From Mandwa operators carry passengers to Alibaug in their own chartered buses. The bus journey time is about 45 minutes.
  • Alibaug beach is walking distance from the bus-stop.
  • Another option is to take a ferry from "Bhaucha Dhakka" to Rewas.
  • The timings are the same but schedule may change depending on the tide.
  • From Rewas take a state transport bus or rickshaw to Alibaug. Bus Journey time: 1 hour to reach Alibaug.
  • One benefit of using the Bhaucha Dhakka - Rewas route by ferry is that you can take a two-wheeler along on the ferry for a nominal charge.
  • You can go to Alibaug by S.T. bus from Mumbai.
  • Speedboats from the Gateway of India to Mandwa Jetty take roughly 20-25 minutes depending on the weather and can be hired at the Gateway of India at Jetty No. 5 which is opposite the Taj Mahal Hotel.
  • The new jetty installed in 2014 at Mandwa ensures safety of guests traveling by speedboat from Mumbai.
  • The nearest airport is at Mumbai approx 140 km away.


  • Proposed infra development projects here include:
  • Multimodal Corridor from Virar to Alibaug: This 126 km long Virar-Alibuag Multi Modal Corridor will connect NH-8, Bhiwandi bypass, NH-3, NH-4 and NH-4B, Mumbai-Pune Expressway, NH-17, etc. Out of this 126 km corridor, 79 km long Virar (Navghar) to Chirner (JNPT) corridor is financially feasible and has been approved by the authorities.
  • Mumbai Trans Harbor Link: The proposed Mumbai Trans Harbour Link (MTHL) will facilitate decongestion in Mumbai by improving connectivity between Island city and main land (Navi Mumbai).
  • Inland Water Transport: The Government of India, Ministry of Shipping under centrally sponsored scheme for development of inland water transport has approved eight projects in Maharashtra State at an estimated cost of Rs. 30 crores. The sites approved are Vishnupuri and Isapur in district Nanded, and Karanja, Mandwa, Rajpuri, Janjira, Dighi, and Agardanda in district Raigad. These projects are at various stages of implementation.
  • Development of Marinas: Marina development is a popular leisure activity throughout the world and reflects the economic development of an area. Short-listed probable sites in and around Mumbai are: Mandwa, Belapur, Vasai Creek, Malad Creek and Dharamatar Creek.
  • Rewas-Aware Port: MMB has signed the Concession Agreement in the year 2002 to develop all-weather port at Rewas-Aware. The port is strategically located at the mouth of the Dharamtar creek, Raigad District and is only 8 nautical miles south of Mumbai.
  • The port will have nine berths in phase-I with an investment of about 5974 crores and have a draught of 14.5 metres. When fully operational, this port is expected to handle about 127 MTPA. The project has received environmental clearance and pre-construction activities are in progress. 
  • The key infrastructure projects are the development of the new international airport and the trans harbour link which will connect Mumbai to Panvel in 20 minutes. Translating to a reduction of over an hour’s travel time to Alibaug.
  • The project although a massive undertaking is more a question of when rather than if. Recent news suggest physical work on the airport will start by the end of 2015.
  • Additional improvements in connectivity from Mumbai by Sea, (such as the introduction of roll-on roll-off ferries, improved and new marinas) rail, (a new station near Alibaug) and road (development of the multimodal corridor from Virar) will also play an important role.


  • Alibaug is one of the many traditional weekend-getaway destinations close to Mumbai.
  • Since the late 1990s, it has also emerged as a popular destination for second homes. 
  • Key factors that make Alibaug an attractive second home destination include its proximity to Mumbai, a pristine seashore and the opportunity to unwind in a natural, pollution free environment.
  • Approximately 90 percent of the property buyers here are from Mumbai while the rest are primarily from Pune. 
  • A bulk of Alibaug’s property owners include HNIs, NRIs and celebrities like industrialists, film actors, sports stars and leading professionals. 
  • Most of these are based out of South Mumbai and find Alibaug a very convenient location to commute to.
  • The real estate market in Alibaug picked up on a modest note in the 1990s, primarily with plotted residential developments.
  • However, in the last few years, a few projects offering villa/ bungalow type developments have also begun springing up.
  • Land prices in Alibaug vary drastically across the region. Plots in close vicinity to the sea and the highway are priced higher and in the premium category.
  • Alibaug is predominantly an investor-driven market with few actual end users.
  • Property values in Alibaug have more than doubled over the last three years; though much of this growth is being ascribed to speculation and investment.
  • Prevailing trends indicate a possibility of rationalization of property rates in Alibaug over the next 6-8 months.

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