Kerala Beaches

Kerala also nicknamed as ‘God’s Own Country’ is globally famous tourist destinations and is very popular for its eco-tourism initiatives. It has some of the tempting tourist attractions among which Kerala beaches are very popular.

Thousands and hundreds of tourists and beach lovers visit to the Kerala to enjoy vacation along the serene and pristine beaches fringed beautifully by the swaying coconut trees and exotic resorts. The endless coastlines of Kerala offer unlimited options to crown the beach vacation with memorable memories to relish in till eternity.  

Popular and Picturesque Beaches

  • Kovalam Beach, Cherai Beach
  • Poovar Beach, The Varkala Beach
  • Fort Kochi Beach, Kappad Beach
  • Kozhikode Beach, Varkala Beach
  • Shanghumukham Beach
  • Padinharekara Beach
  • Thirumullavaram Beach
  • Beypore Beach, Kappad Beach


These beaches are awesomely beautiful and are gifted with superb natural beauty. So come and enjoy memorable beach vacation with families and friend along the azure coastline of these picturesque beaches and add one more moments to your lifetime. 

Payyambalam Beach

Payyambalam Beach is located in Kannur district of Kerala and is a popular tourist attraction in the region. It is one of the most scenic beaches in India that involves long stretch of white alluring sands.Another chief reason behind the immense popularity of this beach is its clean and serene surrounding of the place compared to most of the beaches in Kerala. Rather, most of the beaches in India cannot be compared before the cleanliness of Payyambalam beach.

How to reach Alleppey

Alleppey of Alappuzha is one of the most renowned tourist places and could be considered as trinity of backwaters of Gods own country Kerala. A unified opulence of nature and affluence of surrounding lures traveler from every corner of the world beside that its large network of canals and waterways is renowned for backwater cruise and houseboat rides. Apart from tourism it has good industrial sector of coir and prawn farming.

Vallikunnu Beach

Tranquil, calm and magnificent, Kerala has some of the best beaches in the entire world. Getting tanned, riding the surf, building sandcastle or simply sifting the glistering sands through your toes at Vallikunnu Beach in the district of Malappuram is enjoyed by the locals and the tourist visiting here. Absolutely anything you do here will relax and help you unwind along the charismatic nature.

Shanghumukham Beach

Located very close to Trivandrum International Airport, the scintillating Shanghumukham Beach is very easily accessible from Kovalam Beaches, Veli Tourist Village and the fascinating Akkulam Tourist Village. This fascinating beach of Shanghumukham is the favorite haunt of sunset viewers which also houses an indoor recreational club, the Matsya Kanyaka which is an enormous 35 meter long sculpture of mermaid, a fascinating restaurant which is shaped like a starfish and last but not the least a traffic training park for children.

Samudra Beach

Kovalam Beach in the Indian state of Kerala is advised to be one of the most admirable beaches of the country. This Kovalam Beach is divided into three parts, with the Northern most allotment is accepted as the Samudra Beach. The other two locations are the Light House Beach which is amid at the Southern end and the Hawa Beach is located in the middle. The Kovalam beach is in the view of a bow-shaped and the three beaches are away from one another, either by ample promontory or by rambling fissures.

Poovar Beach

Famed as one of the area of natural wonders where water bodies of lake, river, sea and beach meet the land area, Poovar Beach is a virgin stretch of golden sands placed at an expanse of 38 km from Trivandrum in Trivandrum district of beautiful Indian state of Gods own Country Kerala. Swathed by relaxing and composed backwaters, this beach site has a burly attachment with the celebrated king of the one-time Princely State of Travancore, the famous and great Marthanda Varma Maharaja (1706-1761).

Papanasam Beach

Papanasam Beach is one among the well known accepted seashores anchored at a distance of 54 km from Thiruvananthapuram. Along with the admirable arresting elegance, this abode as well provides accomplished adventitious of Ayurvedic therapies, yoga contest and meditation. This beach is as well admired to be one of the pious seashores of Kerala which provides water for filtration of system and spirit.

Padinharekara Beach

Padinharekara Beach is one of the most sought after beaches in Kerala. It is one of the most visited beaches in the state of Kerala which is located in the Malappuram district of Kerala in the Tirur town. It is this fascinating juncture where one can see the confluence of the River Bharatha, River Tirur and the Arabian Sea. At the end of the Tipu Sultan Road near Ponani this beach offers a breathtaking view of the confluence of the Bharatha Puzha, the Tirur Puzha and the Arabian Sea.

Munambalam Beach

Munambalam Beach is one of the fascinating beaches in the state of Kerala which is situated at the northern end of Cherai Beach. This beach is lovingly known as Muziris Golden Beach, and is a perfect place for kite flying, the seclude beach is also home to numerous village home stays nearby. This long beach is situated near Munambam Fishing Harbor at the northern end of Vypeen, in Ernakulam, Kerala.

Lighthouse Beach

The lighthouse is situated at the height of 35m in top of the palm-covered Kurumkal Hill extending out on to the sea. In order to reach the tower you can climb the staircase inside and have a spectacular view of the surrounding. It is to be mentioned that the Lighthouse Beach is located seven kilometers south of Port Macquarie, and has been stretched to nine kilometers. At the northern end of the beach you can enjoy the best waves.