Shri Wagheshwar Temple, committed to Lord Shiva, is arranged amidst Tondavali and is around 24 km far from Malvan. It is a give in worked out of a major shake and has a Shivalingam. As indicated by legend, Tondavali was submerged under the ocean in old circumstances. A mariner, while angling in the ocean, found a Shivalingam caught in his net. Following a couple of years, a belt of land was shaped on that same area. It is trusted that the mariners developed a sanctuary over a similar site where the Shivalingam was found. A rugged wilderness, home to different creatures, is arranged behind this sanctuary. According to conviction, tigers used to visit this sanctuary, however did not hurt any people. This is the reason the sanctuary came to be known as Wagheshwar, where 'wagh' implies tiger, in the neighborhood dialect.