Kerala - The God's Own Country has several beautiful beaches which are spread over its 900 km long coastline alongside the Arabian Sea and Malabar Coast. Kerala beaches are popular among the tourists for their great ambience, excellent water sporting activities, seafood and vegetarian delicacies, Ayurveda salons and relaxing spas. Beaches in Kerala have facilities for exciting sports like snorkeling, angling, parasailing, wind surfing, deep sea fishing, coral reef excursions, catamaran rides, bamboo boat sailing and houseboat ridings.
There is one very beautiful beach at Kadmat Island in Lakshadweep where you will get great ambience for romantic holidays. Kerala beaches are very popular among the honeymoon couples all over the world. The sun drenched silvery, golden and powder fine white sands of Kerala beaches are great draw for the tourists where they can enjoy some great moments of their life. You will find Ayurveda centers on all Kerala beaches where bodily ailments are still cured using centuries old Indian methods of treatment. You can enjoy traditional Kerala delicacies on beaches in Kerala that will be served to you on banana leaves.
| The beautiful Alleppey Beach lies on a thin strip of land which is flanked by the azure Arabian Sea on the west and the serene Punnamada backwaters in the east. It is also known as Alappuzha Beach. With its deep blue freshwater lakes and some old heritage buildings in the vicinity, Alleppey Beach is a great destination for travelers. Situated 5 km off Alappuzha Railway Station, the beach has an open air stage where cultural events are organized throughout the year.
| The picturesque Bekal Beach has more to offer than just stretches of silvery sands and blue sea waters. Gushing waves, golden sands and cool breeze are the things that you must have in your mind during your Kerala beach holidays and Bekal Beach stands true to your imagination of your perfect beach holiday destination with its untouched stretches of silvery sands and meandering coconut canopies.It is situated 14 km from Kasaragod town and 79 km from Kannaur on the northern tip of Kerala.
|Cherai Beach has beautiful topography where clear blue lagoons are separated from the azure waters of the Arabian Sea by a margin of just few hundred meters of landmass. Beaches in Kerala provides a great combination of Arabian Sea waters and Kerala backwaters which are rimmed by the vast expanses of paddy fields and meandering coconut palm trees. Cherai Beach is located on Vypin Island, 25 km off Kochi in Ernakulam district of Kerala. |
|Sand washed shores, swaying coconut and palm trees, precipitously mounting headlands and paradisiacal surroundings define the picture perfect world renowned Kovalam Beach of Kerala. The beautiful Kovalam has three crescent shape beaches named Lighthouse Beach, Hawa Beach and Ashok Beach, the last one drawing its name from Ashok Hotel which is situated close to the beach. |
|The un-spoilt and un-crowded Kappad Beach forms a golden seam between the lush greenery of Kerala's backwaters and the azure waters of the Arabian Sea. It is located on the Konkan Coast of Kerala, 16 km from Kozhikode. Locally known as Kappakadavu, the calm and pleasant Kappad Beach is studded with a sprawling rock protruding into the sea. The rocky headland of Kappad Beach provides a fascinating view of the surrounding coastal region. |
|Pristine shoreline, country boats, thatched huts, small village roads that lead to virtually nowhere and stunning view of the sunrise and sunset make a picture perfect description of the secluded Marari Beach. The pristine beach is just 11 km from Alleppey Beach and 60 km from Kochi. Marari Beach is an idyllic retreat for those who are looking for leisure vacations.|
| Sylvan sea shores studded with azure blue waters of the Arabian Sea, miles of sun drenched silvery sands, deep blue lagoons with swaying coconut trees and the awe inspiring marine life describe the postcard perfect Kadamath Island of Lakshadweep archipelago. The picture perfect 8 km long and 550 wide Kadamath Island is situated in Lakshadweep archipelago, 407 km from Kochi in the southernmost Kerala state of India. |
|The 2 km long red cliff of Varkala Beach provides a stunning contrast to the azure waters of the Arabian Sea and the clear blue sky above. Varkala Beach lies 50 km northwest of Thiurvananthapuram and 37 km off Kollam in Kerala. With its swaying palm trees and soft sand at your feet, the isolated Varkala Beach promises a rejuvenating holiday experience for the travelers. |