Navagraha Temples : A cluster of nine temples that bear the common thread of their association With the nine celestial bodies is referred to as the Navagraha temples.Suriyam (sun)-Suriyanar kovil (15km) Chandran (moon)-Thingaloor (30km), Guru (Jupiter)-Alangudi (17km),Raahu(north lunar Node)-Thirunageswaram(05km) Budhan (Mercury)-Thiruvenkadu (60km)shukran(venus)-Kanjanoor(20km),kethu(south lunar node)-Keezha perumpallam(68km) Shani(Saturn)-Thirunallar(50km),chevvai(Mars)-Vaitheeswaran Kovil(52km).
Temples around Kumbakonam : Sri adi kumbeswara temple (2km),Uppliyappan temple(06km) Patteeswaram(12km),swamimalai temple(06km),Kasi viswanathar temple (2km),Thirucherai Vishnu temple(15km),koothanur sarawathi temple (30km),Ramaswamy temple(2km),chakrapani temple(2km), Nageswaran temple(3km),sarangapani temple(2km),someswaran temple(3km),Thiruvalajuli vinayahar temple(5km),panduranga temple(10km),Alangudi anjaneyar temple (12kms),Thirukadaiyur temple(60kms) Sri sarabeswarar temple(8km),sri prithiyangadevi temple(08kms),sri mahalingasamy temple(15kms)
Mahamaham Tank : (2km) famous for the mahamaham festival conducted once in 12 years which Attracts people from all over the globe.The tank has 21 wells in side and is surrounded by 16 small Mandapams(shrines)
Velankanni church : (80km) popularly known as the “Lourdes of the East” is visited by millions Of pilgrims throughout the year.
Nagore Dargah :(65km)is a major pilgrim centre which attracts pilgrims from all over India.