Famous beaches of South India

As South India is surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal enthroned with few of the utmost charming, alluring and dazzling sandy beaches that offer an exhilarating and thrilling range of adventure and water based sporting activities like scuba diving, water skiing, swimming, wind surfing and more. Joyous resonance of waves roaring onto the stony seashores, the purplish blue sky, immense variety of delicious sea food, entire isolation or wet up the sun while drinking on some luscious cock tails give the chance to relax and recognize that the grace of nature has no depth. Undoubtedly, South India has many beaches but yes the top list or famous South India beaches are:

1. Alleppey Beach

Kerala is eminent as a sightseeing place and Alleppey Beach of Alappuzha district is one of the best beaches in South India heavenly occupied with the twirling palm cluster of trees, blusters of fascinating lakes, ponds and many water criss-crosses. The main enticements of Alleppey beach are boat races, tranquil houseboat and considerable water sport activities like surfing, para sailing and swimming.

Alleppey Beach KeralaRead More : Top 10 Beaches in Kerala

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2. Kovalam Beach

Kovalam beach is nestled on the Malabar Coast and symbolize for the coconut trees seen all together with the borders of the beach give it a look of dazzling beauty. The bluewater of the Arabian Sea that blends with the white sands on the sea shores with the palm bordered bays is truly alluring and enthrals a huge number of hordes throughout the year and makes Kovalam one of the favourite beaches in South India. Due to high tides wind surfing and para sailing are not admitted here but yes one can see crowd enjoy swimming and sunbathing all over the day.

Kovalam Beach KeralaRead More : Top Tourist Attractions in Kovalam

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3. Mahabalipuram Beach

Mahabalipuram golden sandy beach is a quaint and scenic place of the capital city of Chennai in Tamilnadu is bordered by the Bay of Bengal and the glimmering sea and rotating hills with the illusory rock cut sculptures which are astounding to the eyes and mesmerizes a lot of travelers every year. No doubt the beach is a perfect place for sunbathing, lazing around and other related activities or completely relaxes from the exhausted and jaded of the city life. As the sea is rough or for rising tide reason swimming is not advised here.

Mamallapuram Beach

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4. Marari Beach

Marari beach has totally new as a tourist beach destination offers a quiet holidaying in full bliss of being secluded from the rest of the world. The sound of the sea waves hitting the seashores and the palm trees view like a wall colored green from a range with the extending Arabian Sea to the beginning is an exquisite vision for the tourists. The unscathed and uncrowded Marari beach provides the enjoyment of surfing, para sailing, skiing in the waters of the Arabian Sea and volleyball which recline as well as good for a bit of muscle exercise.

Marari Beach

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5. Om Beach

The natural beauty, angelic ambiences and the sand washed water sides are what create Om beaches one of the prominent beaches of Gokarna, a small town in Karnataka which is around three hours from Goa. This beach derived its name from two semi-crescent structures linked together looking like the Hindu religious symbol “Om”, people from all over the world visit this beach and enthrall with the small caves near the beach which are run by European owners and water sports like surfing, water-skiing, parasailing, and banana boat rides which surely increases state of excitement to a new level.

Om Beach South IndiaSuggested Tour : 5 Days Beach Holidays in South India

6. Malpe Beach

The Malpe beach is a natural port situated in Udupi, Karnataka. The golden brown sand and aquamarine blue waters coordinated with palm trees are a best hub for beach lovers. Behind the fascinating view of the sea and nature based activities the beach has many islands close by which can really be unforgettable experience to watch them from up close.

Malpe Beach Udupi

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7. Promenade Beach

Promenade, 1.5 km expanse long road running together with the beach and the monuments on the seashores which speak of the rich heritage of Pondicherry are the main allures of this beautiful beach. Promenade beach is enjoyed by all as there one can relax or take a walk at any time of the day and on the sea front indulge with the splendor of the by gone era includes the statues of Mahatma Gandhi, Joan of Arc and Duplex, the War Memorial etc. Due to the presence of rocks there is not much opportunity for the visitors to enjoy the water, but no doubt the horde towards the evening is surprising as everybody wants to get a glance of the beach during that time.


8. Varkala Beach

Varkala unique and quite beach nestled in the coastal region of Kerala in South India offers its visitors a reclining holidays from the overcrowded city life and is perfect for watching the sun setting below the crashing shores of the beach. This beach is notable for the natural spring and for medicinal and curative properties. Here little children form stone castles of their choice and their parents walking lazily without taking any care to the activities of their wards.

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