It is the location where Lord Krishna, wearing a deerskin was mistaken for a deer and in his sleep, was struck by an arrow. Closeby lies Somnath with its shrine built by Soma, the Moon God. The Majestic monument, as it stands today, is a recent replication of the earlier construction. Relics of the old Somnath shrine have been preserved in a museum housed in a temple. An interesting SunTemple is also located in Somnath. Somnath is amongst the 12 Jyotirlingas or Shiva shrines in India.
Other places that could be visited include:
SamudraNarayanaTemple, situated at the GomtiSangamGhat, behind the main DwarakadheeshTemple.
ShardhaPeeth, among the four peeths, is the first peeth established by Adi Shankaracharya, is more than 250 years old. It is visited by pilgrims from all parts of the country.
DunnyPoinyt, situated at BeytDwaraka is cradled by sea and coral islands.
Brahma Kund, believed to be a holy bath is also frequently visited by worshippers.
Panchkula also referred to as Panchard, is the location of a famous Lakshmi-Narayan temple.
Sindhu Sadan also houses sever other temples. This places features a beautiful sunset point.