Kerala, set on the coasts of the Arabian Sea, is said to be blessed with many well-renowned beaches among which Kovalam Beach, Varkala Beach, Alappuzha beach, Kozhikode Beach, etc. remain the most popular and prominent. Apart from these, there are a few small beaches in God's own country.
Counting all beaches in Kerala- including both small and big sprawling over to 550 km long coasts of Arabian sea, any tourist may feel that Kerala is the land that has the maximum number of beaches. Kerala tourism too owes a lot to its beaches, for its development is more or less dependent on beach-tourism.
Kerala beaches are suitable for sun-baths, water sports-events like surfing, etc. These facilities attract tourists. Beach resorts that offer high-end facilities to the tourists too remain hub of tourist attraction. Beaches in Kerala are so lovely that no tourist forgets the moments they spend in the beaches at God's own land.
Alappuzha is the centre of Kerala's world-famous coir industry. In fact, the town was built as a trading centre in 1762 by Raja Kesvadasa, the Diwan of Travancore. The many canals crisscrossing the town was built to facilitate the transport of goods, which prompted Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, to… read more
Bekal Beach and Bekal Fort are two prominent attractions that make Bekal, a small town in Kasaragod, one of the the prime tourist destinations in Kerala. Being just 16 km away from Kasaragod city, both these sites are a-small-drive-away destinations from the city. These are easily accessible through roadways. Bekal Beach… read more
Cherai Beach remains one of the best locations in Kerala where tourists can enjoy a unique and special kind of charm as well as the scenic beauty formed by a perfect combination of backwaters, beach and islands. The coconut palms lining Cherai Beach offers a unique and unforgettable experience to the viewers.… read more
Ezhimala beach is a popular beach near Payyannur in Kannur district. It is close to Ezhimala hill station and the tourists who visit the hill station also visit the beach. At the Ettikulam bay near Ezhimala beach you, if lucky enough, will get a chance to spot dolphins and enjoy… read more
While touring Kasargod district, no one ever likes to return without paying a visit to Kappil beach. This less crowded and unexplored beach remains a better option for the tourists who seek greater privacy while on a picnic with family. Another attraction of the beach is that it is close to Bekal Fort and… read more