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Alappuzha Beach 

Located in the mesmerizing district of Alappuzha(Alleppey), Alappuzha beach offers an awesome experience to the visitors. Over the years it has become a popular beach, with many tourists flocking to it from various parts of the globe. For history buffs, the pier which is 140 years old, is no less than a treasure.
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Bekal Beach

Bekal Beach has emerged as a popular choice for tourists. It is located on a headland stretching for 35 acres to merge with the Arabian Sea. The Bekal Fort located near the beach can allure anyone. In fact, it is the largest, well maintained fort in the entire state of Kerala. Situated in the Kasargod district (the land of gods, forts, rivers, hills and beaches), the Bekal Beach greets its visitors with picture perfect locales.
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Beypore Beach

Occupying a prized place in the history of Kerala, Beypore was once an important trade and maritime center. It is also known for its boat building industry. Today it is one of the must-see tourist destinations of Kerala. It is a paradise for beach lovers. It is located 10 km south of Kozhikode at the mouth of the Chaliyar river.
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Cherai Beach

Endowed with an impressive location, Cherai Beach is a treasure trove for tourists. It borders the Vypeen island of Kerala. This wonderful beach has the sea on its western side and the backwaters on the east, making it a big hit with tourists. Its beauty is one-of-a-kind, and can be clearly seen in its thick coconut groves and artistic Chinese fishing nets.

Dharmadam Island

Dharmadam Island Beach is the best bet for those looking to soak in the pristine beauty of nature. Located 8 km away from Thalassery in Kerala, this Island beach attracts many a tourist from across the world. It is a small island in the Arabian Sea, presenting a perfect environment for relaxation.

Ezhimala Beach

Pamper yourself at one of the famous beaches of Kerala—Ezhimala Beach. Its beauty attracts the attention of even the most jaded travelers. It is a peculiar beach located atop a cluster of hills at an altitude of 286 m. The hills here are gifted with rare medicinal herbs. Carved stone pillars, an ancient Burial chamber and an ancient Cave are the other attractions located at the foot of the hills.

Fort Kochi Beach

Hard to resist, the Fort Kochi Beach offers an amazing combination of lush green vegetation, sun, sand and sea. Renowned as a famous beach of Kerala, it is located only 12 km away from the Kochi city. Originally it was a fishing village which later became the first European township in India. This is the beach to visit if you want to enjoy phenomenal ambiance. Flanked by palm trees, this beach offers an interesting opportunity to take a stroll in the historic fort. Chinese Fishing nets can be seen here.

Kappil Beach

Kappil Beach offers spectacular views and a memorable experience to the travelers. Located in the district of Alapuzha in Kerala, it is clean and shallow. It is the place where you can rejuvenate your soul in the lap of mother nature. It stretches along for more than 25 acres of land. In its beautiful surrounding you can thoroughly enjoy swimming and sunbathing. Dolphins are commonly seen here. You might get lucky! It is a wonderful beach where tourists from different parts of the world come to spend pleasurable holidays. A visit to Kappil village will acquaint you with the traditional life style of Kerala, which is simply great.

Kizhunna Ezhara Beach

Famous for its golden sand and beauty, KizhunnaEzhara Beach is one of the fascinating beaches in Kerala. The company of swaying palms, sun-kissed sand and mesmerizing waves will transport you to a different world altogether. Located 11 km from Kannur, KizhunnaEzhara Beach is the perfect place for leisure holidays. The evenings at this beach are marked by mind blowing Kathakali dance performances. Attracting huge crowds, the performances showcase the uniqueness of a beautiful state, Kerala.

Kovalam Beach

Kovalam is a beach town offering immense pleasure and excitement to its tourists. The town is located on the western coast of India, about 16 km from Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala. Kovalam means 'a grove of coconut trees'. A spate of coconut trees swirling on the rhythm of wind, the invincible waves rising from the womb of the sea, the blue sky, local fishermen casting net and houseboats floating on the waters describe the beauty of Kovalam

Marari Beach (Mararikulam)

Marari Beach is a fabulous beach, where sand, sea and sky beckon you to enjoy nature at its best. Marari beach gets its name from 'Mararikulam', one of the local fishing villages in Kerala. Marari offers a wonderful experience to the travelers who come here to spend time in the lap of nature. Here you can enjoy the wonderful backwaters also. The scenic beauty of the beach will leave you enchanted.
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Padinjarekara Beach

Surrounded with the finest coconut groves, Padinharekara Beach is a popular tourist attraction of Kerala. This beach is also known as Padinjarekara Beach and is well known for its natural beauty. If you want to relax in the peaceful environment, then this is the beach you should head for. Its exotic appeal lies in the beautiful view of the confluence of the rivers Bharatha, Tirur and the Arabian Sea which it provides.

Thirumullavaram Beach

Providing tranquility in plenty, Thirumullavaram Beach should be a part of your tour itinerary when you travel to Kerala. It is located at a distance of 6 km north of Kollam town in Kerala. Tourists from across the world throng to this

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Varkala Beach

The epitome of beauty, Varkala Beach is one of the most famous beachs in South India. Varkala is the only place in southern Kerala where cliffs are found lining the Arabian sea. Such cliffs are a unique geographical feature in the otherwise flat Kerala coast.