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Top Attractions


Bekal Fort:

This majestic fort is which is 300 year old is the biggest in South India and spreads over 40 acres of land. It is shaped like a key hole and is an architectural marvel. It offers a stunning view of the Arabian Sea and the neighbouring places from its tall observation towers. The Bekal Fort is a much sought after place for both historians and nature loving tourists.


The Bekal Fort appears as if it is built in the seas as more than half of its exterior is drenched in the Arabian Sea. Its zigzag entrance and carefully planned observatory throws light to the superb defence strategy of the medieval era. Its observation centre is a well planned one as even smallest movements of the enemies from the near by areas. The holes at its top are for aiming at the farthest points, while the holes below and underneath are designed for hitting the enemy as he gets closer. Above all, the fort is located in a beautiful location.


Chandragiri Fort:

Chandragiri Fort is located about 10 km from Bekal. It was built during 1000 A.D and was renovated in the 17th century. It is situated on a small hill which is about 183m above the sea level. The fort and its main building- ‘Raj (Chandragiri) Mahal’ is truly magnificient. View of the beautiful Chandragiri River and the Arabian Sea from the fort is stunning.


Bekal Fort beach:

This pristine beach with golden sandsis just 1 km from the famous Bekal Fort. It is acclaimed as one of the most beautiful and longest beaches in Kerala, stretching across about thirty-five acres land. It is an ideal place to have a good sun bath and enjoy solitude.


Bekal Fort beach houses two life-like sculptures of Theyyam figure and a small hall with display of Kerala murals. There is also a rock garden developed with boulders of different sizes and shapes.



This beach which is located 6 kms from Bekal Fort is a famous picnic spot and a weekend get away of localites. It covers an area of twenty-five acres of un-ending golden sand stretches.