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Beaches in kerala >> Payyamblam Beach

Payyamblam beach is one of the best beaches in Kerala. Payyamblam beach is also called the beach of Kannur town. Kanayi Kunhiramanís massive landscaped sculpture of mother & child standing amidst the well laid out garden is extremely charming. This sculpture makes the beach all the more beautiful. This quiet and secluded stretch of sand is the best locale for a relaxed evening. Aqua-Tourism is one of the most significant characteristic of Kerala and Payyambalam Beach is a distinctive spot to substantiate on this pivotal feature.

The Payyambalam beach is a very popular picnic spot for the local people and

holds immense potentialas a tourist resort. The Payyamblam beach gives you ample opportunity to tour around. Payyamblam beach is a lovely place to be. Visiting this place is a wonderful idea as this place is considered to be one of the most charming places in the whole subcontinent. Payyambalam Beach is an amiable place in Kerala. This cordial tourist spot is considered as one of the leading tourist destinations in Kerala. Payyambalam Beach is that beautiful place where life goes on as it did hundred years ago, unperturbed by the worldly commotion. Payyambalam Beach is a supreme location for respite and rejuvenating your spirits, as you will have plenty of peace and solitude for yourself in this place.



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