If you want an escape from the hustle-bustle of routine life, Kappil beach is the best place. It is not less than any paradise for the travellers who search for a calm place during their Kerala trip. Clean and unpolluted surroundings of the beach simply mesmerise the guests of the beach. The beach is serene and allows you to spend a quality time with your inner self. For nature lovers, this is one of the best beaches of the state. Kappil beach is laden with untouched beauty and peaceful environment.
Attractions of Kappil Beach
This is the most amazing attraction of the place. Kodi Cliff provides a unique view of Arabian Sea. Endless stretches of water and open azure sky together spells the magic and lock eyes of the visitors. This lofty cliff is a must visit place. Tourists visiting the state keep Kodi Cliff on the top in their list of attractions.
Palakkunnu Sree Bhagavathi Temple is one of the popular temples of the state. Dedicated to Bhagavathy, the temple houses the idols of Mootha Bhagavathi (Durga), Elaya Bhagavathi (Saraswathi), Vishnumoorthi, Ghantakarnan and Dhandan Devan. The temple remains open for the devotees irrespective of their caste, belief and creed. The temple is famous for its traditional rituals and ceremonies that are rare and unseen.
Being the largest fort in the region, Bekal Fort is a prime tourist attraction. Located on a headland, this fort is a best-preserved fort attraction of the region. Built by Sivappa Naik, the fort is almost 300 year old, which draws attention of the tourists across the globe. Another reason that brought popularity to the fort is its architecture and circular structure.
Not exactly at the beach but in the nearby area, there is a range of accommodation options. Tourists can choose the one as per their budget and comfort.
By Air : Mangalore airport is around 50 km from the town. For landing from any other country, Karipur International Airport, Kozhikode will be the closest one.
By Rail : Kasaragod railway station is well connected to different cities and located at a distance of approximately 12 km.
By Road : A wide road networks connects Kasaragod with different locations like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, which further connect the city from rest of the country.