Mandvi is a beguiling town in Gujarat that was founded in the 15th century. The region of Mandvi was ruled by different dynasties like Kshatriya Gujjar, Gohil, Bhatti, Rathore, Jethwa, Solanki & Vishvaria Brahmin. In the previous times, Mandvi was fortified but the fortification was demolished when the British took over the authority.
Mandvi is elevated 50 feet above the sea level and is entrenched on the banks of Rukamavati River. With its closer proximity to the water-body, the climate of Mandvi is classified as temperate in nature. It encounters warm temperatures amid the year. The average temperature scales between 27°C-39°C. During the monsoons, the city receives a heavy amount of rainfall accompanied by thunderstorms. The annual average rainfall received by Mandvi is 3000 mm.
There are many tourist places that are worth visiting in Mandvi. The remarkable tourist attractions in Mandvi are Ashapura Temple, Shiva Beach, Rukmavati Bridge, Mandvi Swaminarayan Temple, Vijay Vilas Mahal & Adishwar Jinalaya.