Places To Visit In Chittoor

1.Horsley Hills

Horsley Hills
Horsley Hills is a hill station in Chittoor. It is called ‘Andhra Ooty’. It is a great place to relax. The views are picturesque and the weather is awesome. 

2.Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary

Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary
Kaundinya Wildlife Sanctuary is located 60 km from Chittoor. The sanctuary is located in a picturesque setting with valleys and hills surrounding it. 


Kalavagunta is situated at the convergence of Aragonda and Ponnai rivers. It is located 8 km away from Chittoor and it houses temples of historic importance. 

4.Gurramkonda Fort

Gurramkonda Fort
Gurramkonda Fort is located on top of a hill that is 500 foot high. Initially, the fort was constructed using mud and rock during the Vijayanagar empire.

5.Nagari Hills

Nagari Hills
Situated on the banks of River Kusasthali, Nagari is a favourite tourist spot. Nagari Hills has an elevation of about 855 meters. Its highest cliff strikes resemblance with human nose

6.Sri Venkateswara Temple

Sri Venkateswara Temple
One of the most famous and ancient temples is Sri Venkateswara Temple. Dedicated to Lord Balaji, famously known as Venkateswara, the temple belongs to the 12th century. 


The coastal village Mogili is situated 25 km away from Chittoor. The place houses a famous temple called Mogileeswara temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.


Ramagiri is also called as Bhairava Kshethra. The small village houses some of the famous ancient temples. A temple dedicated to Lord Shiva is situated at the base of the hill