Digha's old beach is not as wide as it used to be due to heavy soil erosion. Big stones and concrete steps are used to hold together the beach. Another problem is the record number of storm surges that have caused many of the unplanned shacks and smaller hotels to succumb to the sea.
A new beach has been developed named "New Digha" which is about 2 km (1.2 mi) from the old beach. This new beach is not only bigger than the old one but might be considered a better one. It is clean and well-maintained and is not surrounded by a congested locality like the older beach.
Known for its magnificent beaches, religious temples, high-tech research centers, and museums, this most popular beach town has a lot to offer people of all age groups.
Explore & Experience in Digha, West Bengal–
- New Digha Beach
- Marine Aquarium of Zoological Survey of India
- Udaipur Beach
- Talsari Beach
- Chandpur Beach
- Chandaneswar Shiv Temple
- Amarabati Park