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Kerala Beaches

Kerala has a kinship with the roaring Arabian Sea. According to myths, Kerala was born from the sea. No wonder the entire length of Kerala is bordered by bewitching beaches!

These beaches unmask before you the virgin beauty of nature. Some of India's finest beaches are here with wide acres of palm groves bordering them.

Kovalam Beach
Kovalam is an internationally renowned beach of Kerela, with three adjacent crescent beaches. Kovalam has been a favorite haunt of tourists, especially Europeans, since the 1930s. Just 16 km south of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) city, this beach is dotted with palm trees. Foreigners flock to Ayurvedic parlors, yoga and meditation centers, that have sprung up all over the place. There are numerous bars and cafes lined up on the shore side and you can enjoy a variety of fresh seafood or continental cuisine. Kovalam is one place, you can not afford to miss due to its nostalgic spirit, culture and beauty.

Varkala Beach
Varkala is a sea side resort situated 54 Km from Thiruvananthpuram. It's a beautiful beautiful beach that has a more than 2000 years old shrine of Lord Vishnu. It is famous for the massage and mineral springs The massage technique has been a closely guarded secret for thousands of years, but for many tourists it's a welcome revival from the toils of the road. The mineral springs are known for their medicinal values.. The Varkala sands has become an ideal spot for confluence of cultures exotic and alien

Alappuzha Beach
Alappuzha beach also known as Alleppey beach is one of the most popular beaches of Kerala and is located in the district of Alappuzha. Referred to as the Venice of the East, Alappuzha has always enjoyed a unique place in the maritime history of Kerala.It is Located roughly 5 kms from the Alappuzha railway station and has Arabian Sea on the west and a large network of lakes and lagoons. The pier, which extends into the sea here, is around 140 years old

Fort Kochi Beach
The Fort Kochi Beach is an amazing way to spend your vacations. It is a natural harbour so you can very well imagine that the beauty of the place is also as natural as it gets. It is a historical place which developed into a tourism destination later on. This is one of those rarer places where lazing on the beach goes hand in hand with taking a stroll in the fort nearby.

Kappad Beach
This is more of a virgin beach type where calmness is a way of life. The country fishing boats that are strewn around here add to the virgin beauty of the place. The skyline here has not yet been dotted by the skyscrapers which gives you a chance to visit this unperturbed place and listen to the folklores and legends related to the history of the region. There is a pillar here which commemorates the event of arrival of Vasco Da Gama at the Kappad beach.

Marari Beach
Mararikulam is a local fishing village and the name of the beach has also been derived from this very village. The lifestyle of the local fishermen has not changed over the years and the moment you reach here you travel back in time to feel the freshness of yesteryears. You'll find here excellent sand beaches along with the traditional Kerala hospitality that will make you feel exclusive but that doesn't mean that you have to spend your vacations alone. .

Kollam Beach
The place has always been a flourishing commercial centre as well as a popular beach destination. Situated near the renowned Ashtamudi lake, the beach offers you the whole range of activities and landscapes to savour. This captivating old port city gives you a peek into the times when foreign travellers visited the place in the medieval period. The place has several attractive tourism attractions within its fold.

Beypore Beach
Beypore was one of the important ports and fishing harbours of ancient Kerala and was a prominent commercial hub of that era. Located in the south of Kozhikode town, the place was host to many of the early Arab and Chinese and later on European travellers. Gradually Beypore also began to be developed as a shipbuilding centre, which was especially in demand in West Asia.

People come from all over the world to laze in the warm sun on the beaches of Kerala. Especially because the beaches here are unspoilt and not as crowded as some of the more famous beaches elsewhere.

For virtually its entire 900 km length, the kerala coast is lined with sandy beaches, rocky promontories and coconut palms. The palm-lined beaches of kerala are renowned for the gentle surf and azure blue waters. To this add a delectable seafood cuisine, a smiling sun and friendly people to make an unforgettable holiday. Each year greater numbers of visitors arrive here in search of the tranquil, palm fringed beaches.


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