Bheemunipatnam is a small town on the eastern coast of India and is 25 km north-east of Visakhapatnam
. It is the second oldest municipality and one of the ancient Dutch settlements of the country. The town was named after Bhim, one of the Pandava brothers in the Mahabharata
There are a number of historical monuments in the town including the remains of a ruined fort and a cemetery
built by the Dutch. The cemetery holds pyramidal structured tombs of the Dutch which are around two and a half centuries old. This coastal town holds the Bheemunipatnam Beach
and a 19th century church. It also serves as an ideal place for the tourist.
The nearest airport and railway station are at Visakhapatnam.