|The terrain of Kerala has a
600 km long beach scattered with a few of
the premium, most attractive beaches of the
globe. The palm-lined seashores of Kerala
are famous for the calm waves and blue waters,
delicious seafood food, a jovial sun and welcoming
people to make a memorable holiday. Every
year larger figures of visitors turn up here
in search of the serene, palm fringed beaches.
Also well-known as Alleppey beach, this
is one of the most well-liked spots in the
district of Alappuzha. The dock, which stretches
into the ocean here, is approximately 140
years old. With the Arabian Sea on the west
and a vast system of lakes, lagoons and
a number of freshwater rivers criss-crossing
it; Alappuzha is a district of enormous
On the Malabar Coast all along the Kerala
shore line is a tiny village, called Kovalam.
This quiet settlement rapidly came on the
visitor chart when its wonderful beaches
were revealed. Nowadays Kovalam has developed
into one of the most admired beach hangouts
in India. Kovalam means a grove of coconut
trees and in fact the coconut trees along
the beaches give it a ravishing look.
This tiny island famous by the same name
as the beach, Pthiramanal, in the backwaters
of Kerala factually means the 'Sands of
night'. The isle lies amid Thaneermukkom
and Kumarakom and is reachable just by boat.
Bounded by the Vembanad Lake, stretching
from Alappuzha to Kochi and the Kayamkulam
Lake, the isle and the seashore is dwelling
to hundreds of traveling birds, which take
a respite on their extensive voyage from
the cold weathers of Siberia.
Hardly 8 Kms from the town, this is a preferred
hang around of dusk watchers. The seashore
is adjoining to the Thiruvananthapuram Airport
and Veli Tourist Village. An indoor leisure
club, the matsya kanyaka (a massive, 35
m long sculpture of a mermaid) and an eating
place formed like a starfish are a few of
the attractions here. Chacha Nehru Traffic
Training Park here provides chance for kids
to study the traffic regulations.
Thirumullavaram Beach is approximately 6km
north of Kollam; Thirumullavaram is attractive
seashore that's well connected by road and
with high-quality amenities. This stunning
beach packed with coconut palms is idyllic
for an early morning stroll as one can observe
fishermen gliding into the sea for the days
seize. The seashore has good quality bathing
Positioned just 54 Kms from Thiruvananthapuram,
Varkala is a sea side resort and also an
vital Hindu centre of pilgrimage. It's a
fine-looking beach that has a more than
2000 years old temple of Lord Vishnu. The
2000 year old Janardana Swami Temple and
the Nature Centre are the 2 key draws here.
A plunge in the holy waters of this seashore
is assumed to cleanse the body and the spirit
of all the sins therefore the name 'Papanashini
(destroyer of sin)' for this seashore.