Poompuhar Beach is a characteristic and antiquated shoreline situated in Poompuhar, Tamil Nadu, India, along the Bay of Bengal. The shoreline begins from the Kaveri stream and reaches out around 3 km north side towards Neithavasal. The sand of this shoreline spreads out around 3 kilometers. As of late rock stone has been set on the shore to stop disintegration. This shoreline and Poompuhar city assumes an imperative part in South Indian history. Chitra Pournami is a critical celebration for this shoreline which occurs amid the full moon in Tamil, month chittrai. There likewise happens a Holy plunge in the mouth of Kaveri waterway is praised amid new moon in the Tamil month of Thai and Adi. Mayiladuthurai is the closest town which is situated on the bank of Kaveri around 24 km far from this shoreline.