Thought to be one of the most secure, Bheemunipatnam, otherwise called 'Bhimlipatam' or 'Bheemli' shoreline is situated at the mouth of Gosthani River in Visakhapatnam area of Andhra Pradesh and is a scene 24 km drive from Visakhapatnam. The separation is agreeable for an early night drive with the family from Vizag to the shoreline and back to the city. It is worked by the Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority VUDA. Bheemli shoreline gives a delightful seafront to the angling town of Bheemunipatnam, the second most established region in India and is spotted with covered cabins and antiquated Dutch cottages that are an indication of its noteworthy past. A sixteenth century Dutch Cemetery remains as a confirmation of the Old Dutch circumstances. An old eighteenth Century beacon is another fascination on the shoreline that aides ships adrift even today.