Marari beach in Kerala with white sand and coconut palm trees arises from 'Mararikulam', a local fishing village on the coast of the mighty Arabian Sea. The stillness and serenity of the charming Marari beach take visitors backward in time.
Marari located at a distance of almost 60 kilometers northwards from Cochin is available through roadways. National Highway 47 is occupied at a distance of almost a few kilometers from Marari village. The nearby railway station with 5 kilometers away, Marari beach located on the coast of Malabar is also traveled by railways. Tourists traveling by air need to glide to Cochin and later hire a taxi or car to reach the Marari beach. Adventure junkies can also head for sea surfing, water skiing, parasailing, and deep sea fishing. Cruise in the backwaters of Kerala in country boats is a must do activity for visitors visiting Marari beach.
... St. Francis Church, one of the oldest European churches in India is a dominating tourist attraction in Marari. It was originally constructed with wood by the Portuguese which was then renovated and fixed by the followers of St. Francisco. As a gift for Vira Kerala Varma, ruler of Cochin, the Dutch Palace built by the Portuguese is an important historical building in Mattancherry. The Jewish Synagogue adorned with Chinese tiles, and religious scrolls is another exciting monument in Mattancherry.
Q. What Marari Beach is famous for?
Ans. Marari Beach is famous for adventure activities like sea surfing, water skiing, parasailing, and deep sea fishing.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Marari Beach?
Ans. Thalassery Fort, Muzhappilangad Beach, Beypore Beach, Thusharagiri Waterfalls, Malampuzha Dam, Ezhimala Beach, Mappila Bay Beach, Chembra Peak, Bekal, Edakkal Caves, Silent Valley, Guruvayoor Temple, and Nelliyampathy Hills.
Q. How to Reach Marari Beach?