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Beaches in Tamil Nadu

Pulicat Beaches
A saline shallow water spread formed by the confluence of Backwaters, Pullcat Lake and Buckingham Canal situated on the northern end of Tamil Nadu is an ideal picnic spot.

Chennai Beaches
One of the Four Metros of the country, is also the Gateway to the South. It is bestowed with a 4.5 Kms. long stretch of Beach, the second longest in the World, called the Marina Beach.

Dakhinachitra Beaches
This is a new venture to show South Indian heritage. Take a look at the completed first phase of Tamilian heritage.

Muttukkadu Beaches
Yet another beach resort created in memory of erstwhile "Kaveripoompattinam", a legendary Port city, washed away by the sea.

Covelong Beaches
40 Kms away from the hustle and bustle of Chennai, Covelong is a salubrious village.

Themeparks Beaches
Along the East Coast road between Chennai and Mamallapuram, several amusement parks, enthrall children and adults alike.

Mammallapuram Beaches
58 Kms from Chennai, Once a port and the second capital of the Pallava Dynasty, Mamallapuram flourished during 7- 8th centuries. The monuments of Pallava, the proto type of the Dravidian Temple Architecture, lure every visitor to this town.

Sadurangapatinam Beaches
This is another fishing village, 16 Kms south of Mamallapuram. A ruined fort of Dutch origin near the beach houses tomb stones dating back to 16-17th century. If you are heading further down south,

Poompuhar Beaches
Yet another beach resort created in memory of erstwhile "Kaveripoompattinam", a legendary Port city, washed away by the sea.

Tharangambadi Beaches
Another Sea side village, where the Danish merchants settled for trade. What they left are the Legacies of the Danes.

Nagore Beaches
though religious centre for muslims, the Durga of Hazarat meeras sultan syed shahabdul hameed popularly known as Hazarat

Velankanni Beaches
The most popular pilgrim centre for Catholic Christians of Tamil Nadu Velankanni houses, the Church of our Lady of Health. This shrine is also visited by people of all faiths.

Kodikkarai Beaches
Also called Point Calimere, the Wild Life Sanctuary here spreads 333.3 Sq Kms with 25 Kms of tropical dry evergreen forests. It is bounded by Bay of Bengal on the East and Palk Straits on the South. It is situated South ofVelankanni.

Rameswaram Beaches
An island off the mainland surrounded by Palk Strait and the Gulf of Mannar connected by the longest ever constructed^ bridge on sea in India. It is a pilgrim centre.

Mandapam Beaches
Mandapam is the main land linking the Island of Rameswaram. It is the Gateway to many small islands.

Kurusadai Islands
This is an ecological paradise situated off Mandapam. It is notable for coral reefs and rare species of marine lives such as Dolphins.

Tuticorin Beaches
A Port city and an Industrial town. Tuticorin is one of the major ports of Tamil Nadu. Pearl Harvesting is an important activity here.

Triuchendur Beaches
One of the six abodes of Lord Muruga, a Saivite God, Tiruchendur is a very popular pilgrim centre.

Kanniyakumari Beaches
The India's Land's end KanyaKuman or Cape Comorin is unique in being surrounded by three s that is Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, and Arabian S Hence the confluence is called 'Thriveni Sangamam".

Vattakotai Beaches
The circular serene for is situated 6 kms from Kanniyakumari, overlooking the sea. It is a fine picnic spot, with abundant coconut trees.