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Places to Visit in Kannur

Whether you are a nature lover, beach goer, history buff, culture fan, thrill seeker, or a casual backpacker, you would surely fall in love with the untouched beauty of Kannur.

Payyambalam Beach

1 km

This lengthy and clean beach provides sun bathing facility and also swimming facilities. In the beach premises there is an aesthetically designed park, which provides place for children to play and an open stage from where cultural programs are held periodically.

Fort St.Angelo

1 km

The fort was built in 1505 AD by the Portuguese Viceroy Don Francise De Almeda. This was later occupied by the Dutch and English, this historical monument is being maintained by the archeological survey of India from this fort there is a good view of the mappila bay.

Arakkal Palace

2 km

This palace was once occupied by the kings of Arakkal, now it is totally renovated by the tourism department and is a must see spot while at Kannur . Another kingdom which existed at the time was the famous Chirakkal Kovilakam.

Parassinikadavu Temple

16 km

Parassinikadavu Muthappan temple is a temple, located at Anthoor Municipality on the banks of the Valapattanam river 16 km from Kannur

Ahmadiyya Mosque

0 km

Ahmadiyya Mosque, Juma Masjid kannur, Thavakkara, Kannur,

Muzhappilangad Beach

10 km

This 4 kilometer long drive in beach is probably the first of its kind in this country. This is from where the tourism department conduct adventure sports like Paragliding , Parachute Jumping etc.

Gundert Bungalow

23 km

Gundert Bungalow was occupied by German Missionary,Scholar and Lexicographer Dr. Herman Gundert who compiled the first Malayalam dictionary

Telicherry Fort

24 km

The Telicherry fort was built by the British in the year 1708 and was an important military center

Dharmadam Thuruthu

23 km

A small Island in the center of the sea in Dharmadam is another tourist attraction.

Naval Academy

50 km

It is situated at Ezhimala which is said to be the largest in Asia and work on this project has been undertaken on a war footing.

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