Sri Sringeri Sharada Peetham: One of the important Hindu Advaita Mutts, it is the first of the four original Mutts traditionally said to have been established by Adi Shankaracharya.

TChenna Keshab temple: Built over a period of time, this temple’s architecture is elegant, particularly that of the outside walls.

Sharadamba Temple: Dedicated to the Goddess of learning and wisdom, Sri Sharada, this temple has undergone several renovations over the years. The present structure was built in the traditional South Indian (Dravidian) style of temple architecture.

Vidyasankara temple: Constructed by Vidyaranya in honor of the pontiff, the niches in the temple have a number of sculptures from Hindu, Buddhist and Jain mythologies.

Places around Sringeri

There are a number of famous Hindu Pilgrimage Centres and temples near Sringeri. Some of the major ones include, Horanadu Annapoorneshwari Temple, Hariharapura, Kigga (Rishyashringa Temple), Agumbe (Venugopalaswami Temple and Sunset Spot), and Kalasa (Kalaseshwara Temple), Balehonnur - Rambapuri Mata, Koppa (Veerabhdra Swamy and Chittemakki Mallikarjuna Swamy temple).

Other place to visit around sringeri

Make your Tour to Sringeri memorable by visiting these famous tourist places near Sringeri. From Sringeri you can also take a tour of some of the nearby tourist spots
Rameshwara temple in Thirthahalli,
Rishyashringa temple in Kigga,
Udbava Ganapathi temple in Himbaravalli,
Annapoorneshari temple in Horanadu For Hornadu Photos and Places

Agumbe: This spectacular sunset point, 27 km away, is also known as the Cheerapunji of South India as it receives the highest rainfall in South India. This picturesque landscape is renowned for its glorious sunset.

You can also visit the cascading Sirimane Falls in Chickmagalur district whiling travling to sringeri in Karnataka

Distances from Sringeri

Agumbe: 27 Kms
Kigga: 9 Kms (Rishya Shringa Temple)
Kalasa: 73 Kms
Horanadu: 80 Kms
Bangalore: 340 Kms