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Efcee Sarovar Portico, Bhavnagar

Getting There


By Air: Air-India has started its connectivity between Mumbai and Bhavnagar.

 

By Train : The city is well connected with the rail lines to all major cities. There is a weekly train from Bhavnagar to other parts India.

 

By Road: The Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) runs regular buses to and from Bhavnagar to other cities of Gujarat. Bhavnagar is well connected with Gujarat State Highways and National Highway 6. There are a number of private bus operators connecting the city with Ahmedabad, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and other states of India.

 

Efcee Sarovar Portico is strategically located in the heart of the city Bhavnagar which is popularly known as the cultural capital of Saurashtra region of Gujarat. The city is the centre of education and trade with many large and small scale industries.

 

Bhavnagar was named in honor of its founder Bhavsinhji Gohil. 50 km away from the city is the world's largest ship breaking yard, Alang while Palitana Jain temples are 56 km away and Velavadar National Park is just 42 km away.

 

Bhavnagar is also an important centre for the diamond cutting and polishing industry. The city is blessed with the beautiful beaches & ports which connects the world.

 

Places of Interest

 

Alang - Alang is a census town in the Bhavnagar district of Gujarat. In the past three decades, its beaches have become a major worldwide centre for ship breaking. The shipyards at Alang recycle approximately half of all ships salvaged around the world. It is also considered as world's largest graveyard of ships.

 

Velavadar - Spread across an area of 34.08 km, Blackbuck National Park at Velavadar in Bhavnagar district is well known for sighting antelopes, blackbucks, wolves and nilgai. For birders, the Park is a delight as it has many varieties of migratory birds including three species of harriers, lesser florican, eagles and waders.

 

Palitana - 50 km southwest of Bhavnagar city is a major pilgrimage centre for Jains, Palitana with 900 temples on a mountain.