This pristine beach is located close to the New Mangalore Port. It is famous for its clear blue skies and the carnivals. It is a great place where you can do various activities like kite flying, boat racing, playing with sand, making sand castles and many more. It is basically the cleanest beach in Mangalore. You must definitely visit this beach when the International Kite Festival is hosted.
Kudroli Gokarnath Temple
Sri Narayana Guru had built this temple. He belonged to the Billava community. Lord Gokarnatheshwara is the main deity of this temple, which is Lord Shiva himself. The people of the Billava community were not allowed to enter any other temple. This temple was built in the Tamil Nadu style of architecture. The entire temple is decorated with many murals. The murals show various mythological legends.
This beautiful beach is located between the Gurupara and Nehtravathi. It is a perfect place for the beach lovers who just want to sit back and relax. The Yakshagana performance also takes place every year. It is filled with tourists during this time of the year. You can see the entire Arabian Sea from this beach. You should definitely not miss the serenity of the beach and the most mesmerizing sunset over here.
It’s the local name for the Seemanthi Bai Government Museum. It is the only museum in Mangalore and is located in the center of the city. In this museum, you can find many statues, paintings and old coins. The statues also bear various inscriptions. These inscriptions highlight the rich cultural heritage of India. It is a popular place of visit in Mangalore.
It is a very popular watchtower which was constructed by Tipu Sultan. It was built in the Gurpur River so as to keep a watch on the warships during that time. It looks like a mini fortress. It was made out of black stones. Although it has turned into a ruin these days, it is still one of the major attractions in Mangalore visited by many tourists throughout the year.