Paradise Beach -Chunnambar Boat House is one of Pondicherry's most renowned sites. Agoda.com has secured the lowest rates at hotels near many other Beaches. Paradise Beach - Chunnambar Boat House is close to a variety of hotels, with choices such as Club Mahindra Puducherrand Le PondyResort.Located 8 kms. from the town, along the Cuddalore Main Road this beach can be accessed from the Chunnambar Resort. Flanked by a quiet flowing creek on one side, the beach can only be accessed by boat
Ousteri Lake is located towards north at a distance of 10 km from Pondicherry town (Pondicherry-Villupuram road). The wetland covers an area of about 390 ha (lies in both Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry) with a wide range of aquatic species and is mainly a bird sanctuary. The vegetation ranges from small herbs to trees, which supports migratory avifauna as well as native birds during summer and winter.The government of Pondicherry is proposing to set up an Ousteri National Park in the region acquiring lands from neighbouring villages.
In 1867, the MEP missionaries of Pondicherry wished to build a Chapel at Villianur which is 13 Kilometers away from Pondicherry on the road to Villupuram. Hence the diocese has bought a piece of land at Villianur and Rev.Fr.Gou on, they procurator of the Pondicherry mission after a long negotiation with the Hindu temple authorities of Thirukameswarer Gogilambigai Temple.started to build a Chapel at Kanuvapet on the outskirts of Villianur, with the amount of the thanksgiving offering of Dr.Lephine's family for the miraculous cure of his daughter in exchange.
The Matrimandir (Sanskrit for Temple of The Mother) is an edifice of spiritual significance for practitioners of Integral yoga, situated at the centre of Auroville initiated by The Mother of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. It is called soul of the city and is situated in a large open space called Peace. Matrimandir does not belong to any particular religion or sect. The Matrimandir took 37 years to build, from the laying of the foundation stone at sunrise on 21 February 1971 - the Mother's 93rd birthday - to completion in May 2008. It is in the form of a huge sphere surrounded by twelve pedestals.