Ariyapalli (6 km):
If you visit this quiet and charming beach you will find yourself in the lap of nature in the idyllic surroundings. ;Nature loving tourists come here to relax to the soothing sound of the sea and mild swaying of the palm trees.
Taratarani (30 km):
Near the village Purushottampur, on the bank of the river Rushikulya, there exist the famous temple of the twin Goddess Tara and Tarini. Perched atop a hilltop amidst natural beauty, the shrine is approachable by a flight of about 1,000 steps or alternatively a good motorable road from the foothill to the summit. The temple is revered as a Shakti Pitha of Tantra Cult.
Taptapani (67 km)
Mahuri Kalua (30 km):
Located on the way to Taptapani, the place is famous for shrine of Goddess Kalua. It is also a scenic spot.
Patisonapur (30 km):
The beach down south of Gopalpur across the river Bahuda on the border of Andhra Pradesh is also famous for having the most serene and calm conditions. The place offers peace and tranquillity to all the visitors going there to relax and spend time in leisure.
Jaugarh (35 km):
That the place was a centre of Buddhism and Shaivism can be gauged from the several Buddhist images and Shiva temple found here.
Rambha (45 km):
Rambha is endowed with stunning beauty and unspoilt elegance. Boating from here to the stunning islands of Honeymoon and Breakfast is an unforgettable experience.
Ghodahada (60 km):
This is one of the most popular excursions from Gopalpur. The Ghodahada dam is visited for its beautiful reservoir that captivates picnickers in a large number. About 4 km away, the shrine of Ujialeswar is another highlight.