Kappad Beach

Kappakadavu Beach or Kappad Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Kerala, this beach is located near Calicut and it is the beach where Vasco Da Gama, the famous Portuguese explorer landed on 27th May 1498. One can see a small stone monument here which commemorates Vasco Da Gama’s landing here. At present this is one of the most important and famous tourist places in Kerala. Those looking to visit a wide and stunning beach can visit Kappad.

Kappad Beach is located about 16 km away from Kozhikode town and it is a pleasant rock studded beach which is very charming. There is a nearby temple on the rocks here which is said to be 800 years old. Kappad Beach can be best accessed through the backwaters. The peaceful and less crowded backwater here is a perfect way of travelling and is indeed a bewitching experience. You just have to take a ride through the Korappuzha River in order to go to the beach.So why should one visit Kappad Beach? If you are one of those people who love to spend time relaxing in the beach, then Kappad is the place to be. This beach has a serene and calm atmosphere and is perfect for unwinding and relaxing. If you wish to then you can also go for fishing here. Lying down on the soft sands of this beach provides immense relaxation, if lying down on the beach isn’t exactly what you prefer then you can opt for swimming in the clear sea water. An ideal gazing landscape here is the rice fields which lines the coast.

A visit to Kappad beach is bound to provide you with memories which would last a lifetime. There are many economical hotels here as well as five star hotels, so accommodation isn’t a problem. If you do not like staying at hotels then you can also stay at resorts and guesthouses here, there is no lack of accommodation facilities in this place. So bring along your sunscreen and beachwear and be prepared to have a blast at Kappad beach!

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