: This teerth is one of the best sites to visit in Somnath and is located on the banks of Hiran, 1.5 kilometers from the temple. From this sacred ground, Bhagvan Shree Krishna embarked on his glorious trip to Neejdham. The ancient traditions of Mahabharat, Shrimad Bhagwat, and Vishnu Puran preserve rich narratives of the divined Shree Krishna NeejdhamPrasthanLeela.
Distance: DehotsargTeerth is 78 kilometres away from Una.
: This hallowed tirth, located on the PrabhasVeraval route, is one of the few well-known tourist destinations in Somnath. At this point, a poacher named Jara's arrow struck Shree Krishna. The latter was resting under a pipal tree when a poacher mistook Bhagvan Shree Krishna's foot for a deer and shot from a safe distance. This magnificent temple has immortalized Shree Krishna's heavenly leela.
Distance: Bhalka Tirth is 81 kilometres away from Una.
: PanchPandavGufa is a Hindu cave shrine found in the Lalghati near the shrine City of Somnath.In1949; the late Baba Narayandas discovered this cave shrine devoted to the legendary five Pandavas: Yudhisthira, Arjuna, MahabaliBheema, Nakul, and Sahdev. During their exile, they spent time in this shrine.At the PanchPandavGufa, there are also shrines devoted to Lord Shiva, Lord Ram, Lord Laxman, Devi Sita, Goddess Durga, and Lord Hanuman.
Distance: PanchPandavGufa is 78 kilometres away from Una.
- Junagarh Gate
: Junagadh Gate is one of the most prominent historical sites in Somnath. It is quite close to the PrabhasKshetra temple, and this gate is the only entrance to reach Somnath from the neighbouring city of Veraval.Though it was largely damaged during Mohammed Ghazni's construction of Somnath, a large portion of this gate still stands tall and reminds pedestrians of its past. While passing by, don't overlook the exquisite carvings on this historic edifice.
Distance: Junagadh Gate is88kilometres away from Una.