Versova Beach is an extension of the Juhu Beach and is separated by a creek. It is the home of Mumbai’s fishing community, called the Kolis, and one can watch the fishermen barging into the Sea to catch their 1st catch early in the morning.
The name of the fishing village near the place is termed as Versova after which the beach is named.
The tide and whirlpools here can get treacherous during high tides and the entire beach area can get submerged, hence one will not find any food stalls or other entertainment options such as those found in the other beaches of Mumbai.
The massive rocks at the beach act as a buffer, protecting the nearby buildings from the massive waves.
The ISKON temple near the beach is popular among the religious people and one can find a peaceful ambience here. There are a number of hotels near the beach where one can stay.