Kerala Beaches are bathed by the Arabian Sea. Kerala is a district located on the southwest of India and enjoys one of the most beautiful beaches of this vast subcontinent.
The palm lined beaches of Kerala with crystal clear waters, an always shining sun and fine sands are a delight for worldwide tourists. The local people are humble and ready to serve and attract more tourists to their region.
Verkala is one of the top Kerala Beaches
Also known as Papanasham beach, this is one of the “WOW” beaches in India for its beauty. There is an Indian saying that “One dip into this beach removes the sins committed in a lifetime”
This beach is known for its natural hot springs, thought to have curative properties and features long stretches of fine white sands
Located one hour of Trivandrum in Kerala, this beach offers restaurants and bars for the comfort of visitors.
It is also a famous pilgrim center. The 2000 year old Janardana Swamy Temple and the Nature Center are the main attractions of Varkala Beach.
Kovalam Beach on the Arabian Sea of Kerala
Some say it’s the best beach in Kerala, it is known for fine sands and many palm trees groves. The waters are calm, therefore perfect for sunbathing and quiet swimming. It is located south Thiruvanathapuram.
Located 9 Km from Kerala’s Capital of Thiruvananthapuram, this is a popular beach. In this beach you’ll find a 35 meter sculpture of a mermaid called “Matsya Kanyaka".
Veli Lagoon in Kerala is a major tourist resort
Located on the outskirts of the capital of Kerala it is now a major tourist resort with a beautiful park and boat club.
Here tourists enjoy all kind of water sports such as pedal boating, row boating, swimming and more.
This beach is known for its Ayurvedic treatment centers that can be done on the beach. The beauty of the beach together with the treatments creates the perfect scene for a rejuvenation session.
Located 6 Km north of Kollam, this is a quiet beach ideal for family vacations and picnics. The Vishnu Temple is just across from the beach.
Thangasseri Beach near Kollam in Kerala India
Located 5 Km from Kollam it features and old Portuguese Fort and Churches built in the 18th century on the beach.
This beach is situated 5 kilometers from Kollam Town. It gains historical importance by the presence of an old Portuguese fort and churches, built in 18th century, on the seaside.
This is a gem in Kerala, covered with dense palm groves and long sandy stretches. It is an old tourist spot featuring Vijay Park with an old lighthouse and boating facilities.
Marari Beach of Kerala Beaches is like any other beach in the
Caribbean or the South Pacific
Located in the spice coast about 50 KM from Cochin near the town of Alappuzha, this a beautiful stretch of soft sands fringed with palm trees and an eternal great climate.
It is located in Chertala, a small seaside 20 km from Alappuzha. It is a famous pilgrimage center as they come to visit St Andrew’s Church with its patron saint the Italian Saint Sebastian.
Willingdon Island is a man made isle in Kerala India
This is a wonderful man made island named after Lord Willingdon, the erstwhile British viceroy. The Willingdon Island was formed by depositing the mud taken while increasing the depth of Cochin port
Located near Cochin it features the beautiful Bolgatty Palace one of the oldest Dutch palaces outside of the Netherlands. It is blessed by lush vegetation of palm trees and bamboos.
This wide virgin beach with golden sands and palm trees is located 30 Km from Thrissur. It is great for family holidays.
Beypore in Kozhikode
This is a small coastal town that has become a prominent port. It is located on the mouth of the Chaliyar River sout of Calicut. It has an important ship building yard.
It is located inside Kerala’s largest lake the Vemabanadu. It is a beautiful and calm island with a gorgeous view.
Kappad Beach where Vasco da Gama landed in 1498
The claim of fame of this beach is that Vasco-da-Gama landed here with 170 men in three vessels in 1498. The landing place is marked by a small stone monument which is considered as a memorial.
It is located in Kannur, Kerala, South India. It is a small island covered with coconut palms and green bushes.
This is one of the most secluded beaches in Kerala. It has a beautiful stretch of sand and is 11 km away from Kannur.
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A spectacular sunset from Muzhappilangad Beach
This is one of the longest beaches in Kerala, located 15 Km south of Kannur. It is one of the few drive in beaches in India.
Only 2 Km from Kannur it is a perfect site for picnics. It is a lovely beach with a laid back environment
This 300 years old fort is the oldest and best preserved fort in Kerala. It runs into the Arabian Sea and stands at 50 meters above sea level.
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kappad by irvin calicut
muzhappilangad by gotham mohandas
verkala by katovski
kovalam by mehud antani
veli lagoon n/a
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