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  • Type: Fort
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Bekal Fort, Bekal
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Bekal Fort was built 300 years ago and is counted among the most popular forts of Kerala. The fort covers an area of 40 acres and is situated 130 ft above the sea level. The keyhole shape of the fort reveals that it was built for defensive requirement of the region. There are... Read More »
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  • Type: Place of Worship
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Ananthapura Temple, Bekal
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Ananthapura Temple is a lake temple, which dates back to 9th century. The temple comprises of the Moolasthana of the Anantha Padmanabha Swami. Surrounded by the porch called Chuttambalam, the temple also has a small pond, which is filled with water throughout the year.  Read More »
  • Type: Heritage Site
Valiyaparamba Backwaters, Bekal
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Valiyaparamba Backwaters is one of the popular tourist locations in the destination, which is fed by four rivers and numerous islands. The site is popular  as it is one of the fishing centres where boat cruises are also available. Read More »
  • Type: Beach
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Kappil Beach, Bekal
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Kappil Beach, one of the most beautiful tourist attractions, is located at a distance of about 5 km from Bekal in the Kasargod District. Spread over an area of around 25 acres, the beach is considered to be a popular weekend getaway for natives as well as tourists. This beach... Read More »
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  • Type: Place of Worship
Mallikarjuna Temple, Bekal
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Mallikarjuna Temple is located at a distance of 12 km from Bekal in the Kasargod District. Natives believe that the idol of Lord Shiva was placed in the temple by Arjuna. The Kumbala River flows on the southern side of the temple. This temple was built by the Ikkeri Kings in... Read More »