Amalapuram is a famous coastal town of Andhra Pradesh. It is connected to other cities via road. Lord The town of Amalapuram is famous for its Vedic culture. Amaleswara is the most worshipped god here and some of the most famous temples of Amalapuram are dedicated to him. There is also ample amount of natural landscape in Amalapuram. The small puddles filled with water,palm trees and coconut trees bordering the lush green fields, small canals ,zigzag paths and traditional houses in Amalapuram create a picturesque environment.
The town of Amalapuram is also called Panchalingapuram due to the presence of five very important temples of lord Shiva. These five temples are Ramalingeswara, Chandramouleeswara, Sidheswara, Chennamalleswara and Amaleswara.Vigneswara temple, Sri Skhana Mukteswara Swami temple, Vireswara temple, Uma Loppulinheswara Swami temple are some other temples which one can visit here. There is also a Buddhist site in the area called Aduru which also attracts a lot of tourists.
Apart from religious places, the prominent official building of R.D.O is a great tourist attraction in Amalapuram. The special thing about the R.D.O’s official building is its resemblance to the Indian Parliament.
Being a coastal city, Amalapuram has the added advantage of the beautiful view of the beaches and many water sports. Allavaram beach is a very popular beach in Amalapuram. Tourists visit the beach at mornings and evenings and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Fishing, boating are some most popular activities on the beach of Allavaram.