Nestled between two redstone cliffs, Kizhunna Ezhara beach is untouched and unspoiled. Located at a distance of 11km from Kannur, the beach remains calm. An evening on the beach is a perfect escape form the crowd of the city. The beach can easily steal an evening from the scheduled time table of the travellers. Picturesque stretches of water, where sky meets the water waves, lock the eyes of the beauty admirers. Crescent shape of the shoreline, reflects the artistic mood of the mother nature.
Attractions at Kizhunna Ezhara Beach
The museum is dedicated to Muslim royal family in the state. The museum is nothing but a section of Arakkal Palace. Arakkal family still owns the palace whereas the renovation expenses were borne by government in interest to save the heritage. Tourists visiting the museum needs to pay a nominal fee, which goes to Arakkal Family Trust. Arakkal family holds a significant place in the history of Malabar.
St. Angelo's Fort
St. Angelo's Fort is one of the protected mountains of the state. Awarded under Archaeological Survey of India, the fort attracts a large number of tourists from across the globe. Both, heritage lovers as well as nature lovers get fascinated with this fort, as the fort quenches the thirst of heritage admirers and provides breathtaking sea views.
Devoted to Lord Shiva and deity Parvati, Kottiyoor is an ancient temple. The temple is a prime pilgrim centre for the local Hindu devotees. Situated on Sahya mountain range valley, the temple's? surroundings are blessed with unparalleled natural beauty. Beautiful Bavali river and its medicinal water add more significance to the popularity of temple.
The region provides a range of accommodation options to its guests. Tourists can choose that suits them best.? Starting from splurge, mid range and budget hotels are also available.
By Air : Karipur International Airport is the nearest airport that connects the region with rest of the world. Regular service is provided by reputed service providers.
By Rail : Tourists can reach Kannur by using the services of Southern railways. After reaching the station tourists can hire private cars or can use public transport to travel inside the region.
By Road : Being the part of a prime tourist destination Kerala, the city is easily accessible. A wide network of the roads keeps the city connected with rest of the country.