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Alappuzha beach:  Referred to as the Venice of the East, Alappuzha has always enjoyed a unique place in the maritime history of Kerala.   more...
Cherai Beach:  The lovely beach bordering the Vypeen island is ideal for swimming.   more...
Valapattanam:  Kannur is that part of the legendary Malabar Coast where King Solomon's ships anchored to collect timber to build the 'Temple of the Lord' and to secure most needed spices.   more...
Payyambalam Beach:  Quiet, secluded, this beautiful stretch of sand and surf is the best locale for a relaxed evening.   more...
Muzhapilangad:  The Muzhapilangad beach which stretches across four kilometres of sand is a drive-in beach where one can drive down the entire length.   more...
Kappil Beach:  For those who prefer Thoreau to Harold Robbins, the secluded and relatively unexplored Kappil Beach should prove idyllic.   more...
Bekal Fort Beach:  Kasaragod, the northernmost district of Kerala is renowned as the land of gods, forts, rivers, hills and beautiful beaches. The imposing circular fort at Bekal is one of the largest and best preserved forts in Kerala. The beautiful expanse of the shallow beach near the Bekal fort known as Bekal Fort Beach has been developed as an exotic beach location by the Bekal Resorts Development Corporation (BRDC).   more...
Thirumullavaram:  About a quiet day far away from the maddening crowd If that sounds like something you'd really enjoy, check out the secluded Thirumullavaram Beach, a beautiful picnic spot that has been a favourite haunt of locals and tourists alike.    more...
Kappad Beach:  For the people of Kozhikode, this pleasant stretch of rock studded beach is Kappakkadavu. To the tourist it is one of the most charming of Kerala's beaches.   more...
Kozhikode Beach:  Kozhikode, the most important region of Malabar in yesteryears, was the capital of the powerful Zamorins and also a prominent trade and commerce center. It was here at Kappad that Vasco Da Gama landed in his search for the spices of the Orient. Today the serene beaches, lush green countryside, historic sites, all combine to make this a popular tourist destination filled with a warm ambience.    more...
Beypore:  Beypore, one of the prominent ports and fishing harbours of ancient Kerala, was an important trade and maritime centre.   more...
Shankhumugham:  Just 8 km from the city, this is a favourite haunt of sunset watchers. The beach is adjacent to the Thiruvananthapuram Airport and Veli Tourist Village. An indoor recreation club, the matsya kanyaka (a gigantic, 35 m long sculpture of a mermaid) and a restaurant shaped like a starfish are some of the attractions here. Chacha Nehru Traffic Training Park here provides opportunity for children to learn the traffic rules.   more...
Kovalam Beach:  Kovalam is an internationally renowned beach with three adjacent crescent beaches.It has been a favourite haunt of tourists,especially Europeans,since the 1930s.   more...
Varkala:  Varkala, a calm and quiet hamlet, lies on the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram district. It has several places of tourist interests like a beautiful beach, a 2000 year old Vishnu temple and the ashramam- 'Sivagiri Mutt' a little distance from the beach.   more...
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