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Beaches in Karnataka

Someshwar Beach , Ullal (Mangalore)
Ullal, in south Mangalore, has the most pristine and rocky beach face in the canara region. Jagged rocks overlook the sea which, however, most locals consider too rough for swimming in. The great rock that abuts the sea is Someshwar's main draw, as are the series of resorts that line this picturesque stretch of sand and water. More »
Surathkal Beach
If you travel through NH17 from Mangalore to Udupi, you will pass Mangalore's best-kept, secret, clean, Surathkal beach. There is a lighthouse and Regional Engineering College. But swimming here can be dangerous, so ask the locals before you jump into the water. More »
Tannirbhavi Beach
Tannirbhavi Beach is the property of Mangalore port trust. It is a place for various barge-mounted power projects in the region. This stretch of sand can give you with a bit of splendid isolation. More »
Kaup Beach
Enjoy on the sandy stretch,There are two giant rocks few yards from the shore. Near by is a lighthouse built by the British in 1901. This 130-ft high structure emits its brilliance for 26 nautical miles. Also worth a visit the Hosa Mariamma Temple, belived to be 200 yrars old and designed like an ancient home, there is a bronze statue of the trible goddess, Mariamma, who is worshipped by three communities and believed to protect the entire village from harm. More »
Malpe Beach
Just 7 km from Udupi. Water of the Arabian Sea makes a rocky (Basalt Rock ) natural formation. It is belived that Vasco Da Gama stayed here for few days before moving further south where he made his first entry in India. In Malpe the coconut palms yield water is "the sweetest in the world".. More »
St Mary's Islland
You can't visit the island during monsoon (May - October). In other season you can visit the island by boat. More »
Maravanthe
Maravanthe makes traffic pause on the highway (NH!7). The road between Sowparnika River and the Arabian Sea will remain in your mind. There are many ways to have fun here. Try to explore the unexplored marine life. More »
Murudeshwar Beach
The beach is quite safe for swimming, except during monsoons. You can do some boating here. Locals run boats. More »
Gokarna Beach
The custom is you must take a bath in the sea and pay obeisance to a Shivalingam made out of send before worshipping at the Mahabaleshwara Temple. More »
Kundle Beach
Kudle Beach is the first beach you will see if you walk from Gokarna.
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Om Beach
Walk for 25 minute from Kundle beach , you will get Om Beach. It looks like the Hindu religious symbol 'Om' . More »
Paradise Beach
Walk for 30 minute from Om beach towards south, you will get Paradise Beach. More »
Half Moon Beach
Walk for 30 minute from Om beach towards south, you will get Half Moon Beach. It looks like Half Moon. More »
Devbagh Beach
You have the beach to yourself. It is good for them who love seclusion. Watch dolphins dance in the blue waters. Enjoy the water sports and neighbouring Islands. More »
Kurumgad Beach
Its a tortoise shaped Island. Go to pray at the Narashimha Temple. Visit the abandoned Lighthouse. The beaches of the islands are gorgeous. You can watch otters, dolphins & many more creatures of the sea, apart from creatures of the land. More »
Karwar Beach
If you have a poet's sensibility, you might spend hours on the sands, perhaps sitting by Rabindranath Tegore's statue on the beach. The Gurudev himself discovered "the joy if the infinite" here where he wrote his first play Prakitir Pratishodh. More »

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