Nagapattinam district is located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated on the eastern coast of the state, along the Bay of Bengal. The district headquarters is the town of Nagapattinam.

Nagapattinam district has a rich historical and cultural heritage. It was a prominent port city during ancient and medieval times, serving as a major trade center for various civilizations, including the Chola dynasty. The district is known for its temples, with the Nagapattinam Temple being a popular pilgrimage site for Hindus.

Nagore Sharif Dargah Khadar vali
Nagapattinam Beach
Kayarohana Swami Temple
Sri nellukkadai Sri Mariamman kovil
Velankanni Beach
Nagore Beach
Akshyalingaswamy Temple