By Airways: Calcutta is the nearest airport which is about 200 km away.
By Railways: Train services are available at half the cost of bus travel, with stops at Kanthi, Kharagpur and Mecheda.
Note: Only one train runs between Kolkata and Digha, this train runs on weekly twice basis from Kolkata.
By Roadways: The distance between Calcutta and Digha is 174 km. A longer route via Kharagpur is 234 km. The average travel time on direct bus services from Calcutta to Digha is five hours. Buses leave Calcutta from the Shahid Minar and Howrah bus terminus in central Calcutta, from Ultadanga, Dum Dum, Karunamayee and the Dunlop Bridge in north Calcutta, and Dhakuria, Garia and Gol Park in south Calcutta. Night buses ply between Calcutta and Digha via Kolaghat, Kharagpur and Belda.
Known as Brighton of East – Digha is the most popular sea resort in West Bengal, located around 187 kms from Calcutta, attracting tourists throughout the year with its hard beach where one can drive on the beach during low tide. Bathing is advisable only during the low tide.