Ovali (or Owali) is small village located in Chiplun Taluka of Ratnagiri district, Maharashtra with approximate total of 235 families residing with total population just above 994. It is one of 166 villages in chiplun block and along with the 12 other neighbouring villages together they form a community of people from different castes and religions.
The village is located in a valley in the foothills of western ghats of Maharashtra, India,and senically surrounded by the highest peaks of Sahyadri from all the 3, sides. The open fields provide recreational opportunities to the locals and only rice is mainly grown here,however Ovali and the district is also known superior varieties of Alphonso.
Ovali has shallow ponds and bridges vulnerable to rainy seasons, Ovali is surrounded by Khed Taluka towards North, Sangmeshwar Taluka towards South, Guhagar Taluka towards west, Dapoli Taluka towards west and Satara District towards East.