Valliamman Cave Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Tamil Goddess Sri Valli, Consort of Lord Muruga, situated inside the northeast nook of Thiruchendur Murugan Temple Complex. In early days, the temple turned into located very close to to the sea shore and now because of the development of pathways the sea get subsidized to some extent. The Goddess is living inside a cave of the sandal mountain remainings. The Valli cave temple complicated includes a sanctum sanctorum in which Goddess Sri Valli resides. The sanctum sanctorum is located interior a cave. A narrow course from the Mahamandapam leads to the sanctum sanctorum.
The sanctum sanctorum and the paths are located within the caves of sandal mountains. In the front of the cave, a mandapam with 16 pillars is constructed that is 24.5 feet lengthy and 21.5 feet vast. The essential gateway to the temple is situated in south facing closer to the Thiruchendur Murugan Temple. Inside the cave, paintings and statues of God Muruga and Valli tale are gift. According to the Legend, God Muruga married Sri Valli and Sri Deivayanai. Sri Valli is the daughter of King of Mountain tribes. God Muruga fell in love with Sri Valli. To get her favour God Muruga asked the help of his brother Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha took the shape of an elephant and he chased Sri Valli.