At a glance :
Region : Kerala State
Main Tourists Spots : Trivandrum and Kochi
Major Transport Source : Rail, Air and Road
Perfect Visiting Time : Month of August and March
Kerala state is rich in each and every manner like Culture, food, fashion, weather, education, technology and beautiful nature. This state is surrounded by very beautiful and pleasant natural destinations. It has around six hundred kilometers high costal area; this costal area is very famous in the entire world. Kerala's beaches are clean, beautiful and they are surrounded by the greenery of coconut trees and palms trees. Going to Kerala beaches to spend holiday would be a totally relaxing experience for you and your family. You will get to enjoy the beach activities, which will be enough for you to refresh your tired soul. There are a number of beaches which are waiting for you, such as Ezhimala Beach, Alappuzha beach, Dharmadam Beach, Fort Kochi beach, Payyambalam Beach, Kovalam Beach, Moppila Bay, Thangassery Beach, Muzhappilangad Beach, Kappad Beach, Thirumullavaram Beach, Pathiramanal Beach, Beypore Beach etc..
Ezhimala Beach :
This is a very amazing beach. The backdrop of this place is two hundred eighty six meter altitude hilly location. From the Kannur place, this is located on the distance of around fifty five kilometers. This beach has few important attractive spots which contain historical Burial Chamber, Pillar carved in the stone and earlier caves which you can see at the hill's foot area. This location is too popular for their beneficial medical herbs.
Alappuzha Beach :
This beach is very famous for the relaxation and hangout; it is situated in the Alappuzha district. There is a pier which is long till the sea line, it is very old, about one hundred forty years are completed. This beach area looks like a gift by the God of nature because this place is decorated by the green accessories like various trees lagoons, river's fresh water and huge lakes. This is actually a wonderland living at Alappuzha.
Dharmadam Island :
This beach is located seventeen kilometers way from Kannur. This is a very pretty island which has been spread over five acres land. The beauty of the beach cannot be complete without greenery . Surroundings are full by green color bushes and coconut trees. The view of the bushes from the sea is actually speedy heart beating. To visit this beautiful island, permission is required, because it is Private Island of owner.
Fort Kochi Beach :
This Kerala's famous beach does not need much attraction, only one major aspect of this beach is enough to attract the tourist people and that is the ancient fort. Till now, anyone can go their and have a view of it. From this fort, you can get a view of the entire Kochi city, through this view; you will definately fall in love with the beauty of Kerala state. Here you will also get a chance to experience the European and history of colonial; that were ruled over this golden destination.
Payyambalam Beach :
This beach is situated close to the town known as Kannur. This beach is a beauty gifted place by nature to Kerala .If you are searching a calm and peaceful place on the earth, then this is your destination.
Kovalam Beach :
This is a very small town located at the costal area of Malabar with the shoreline of Kerala state. This town was not really known among the people, but when the amazing beaches regained its presene , the entire world started identifying this small town. Within the 3 sections Kovalam beach has been distinguished. Within these three sections, the popular beach is the Southern is called by the name of Lighthouse Beach. The central beach is known as Hawah Beach; this beach is important for Kerala's fishermen in the morning. The 3rd one is northern beach called as Samudra. This beach was not successful in creating the impression over the tourists, because of the change of times.
Moppila Bay :
This beach got little stylized look because of the harbour fishing. This harbour fishing is located close to the historical fort known as St. Angelo. This harbour has been made under the contract of Norwegian and Indo. This desolated fort site and other site of temple; these factors are still the major attractive aspects of this Moppila Bay.
Thangassery Beach :
The distance of this beach is around five kilometers from the town called Kollam. This town has a pleasant sea side view and also is of ancient importance. There are churches and forts of Portuguese which are now desolated because of the lack of development of the rural area. These historical architectures are made within the eighteenth century. This Tahngassery beach also has one more attractive aspect that is the Lighthouse of Thangassery, it is open on all days, and the visiting time is 03:30 to 05:30.
Muzhappilangad Beach :
This beach is known as one of the highest beaches of Kerala state. From the town Kannur, the distance of this beach is around fifteen kilometers. As per the other beaches of the India, you can drive .
Kappad Beach :
This beach has historical importance because of the great Vasco da Gama. When he came to India, he landed on this sea coast; the day was May 27th 1498. He came during that time with one hundred and seventy males, through 2 ships, and almost five hundred years ago. Because of Vasco da Gama, everyone got the route to India. At Kappad beach, you will get to see one pillar which was built here in memory of Vasco da Gama. With the historical importance, this beach also has importance because of the natures beauty and peaceful atmosphere.
Thirumullavaram Beach :
Thirumullavaram beach is situated around six kilometers from Kollam town's northern direction. This is a very delightful beach, you can easily reach here through roads as good facilities are offered. At this nature's masterpiece, the surrounding area is covered by the palm and coconut trees, walking over this seashore in the morning is just a fabulous feeling and to have this walk you will definitely avoid your sweet morning sleep.
Beypore Beach :
This is a major fishing harbor and ports which belongs to the ancient Kerala state, during the time when Kerala was taken as a center of maritime and essential trade. For the merchants of Western Asia, Beypore beach was a favorite beach spot.