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Monday, 4 August 2014

BEYPORE PORT BEACH KOZHIKODE

BEYPORE PORT BEACH 
KOZHIKODE


Beypore is located near Kozhikode city at the mouth of the Chaliyar River.



 Historically, it is a prominent ports and fishing harbours, and an earlier trade port . 



Beypore  was famous for its port port ship and trade centre,  became  as a point of shipbuilding,  The shipbuilding yard at Beypore port is famous for its traditional construction of the Uru .


A NEW FACE OF BYPORE FORT ENTRANCE AND A CORRIDOR TOWARDS THE SEA


DAILY SHIP OPERATING TO LAKSHADWEEP FROM HERE
THE LIGHT HOUSE IS NEAR TO THE PORT


Nearby attractions in Beypore include the fishing harbour, hardly a kilometer from the shipbuilding yard and Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary, which is about 7 km from Beypore. .
The Kadalundi  is considered as a birdwatcher's paradise, due to the variety of local as well as migratory bird life. Migratory birds flock here in large numbers during February-March

The sanctuary is spread over a group of islands in a scenic area surrounded by hillocks where the Kadalundi River flows into the Arabian Sea. The place is locally known as Kadalundi Nagaram.





The Beypore Port here is closed on public holidays.


Nearest railway station: Kozhikode, about 10 km
Nearest airport: Karipur International Airport, about 21 km
Beypore beach - A beautiful beach which holds the main attraction here.

Beypore port - An ancient port which have regular services to Lakshadweep islands.

Beypore lighthouse - The lighthouse used as a navigation object for sea vessels.

 Beypore Harbour -
.Traditional boat(Urus)-building yard - A part in the mouth of Beypore river, a road terminus, traditional boat(Urus)-building yard, old port, fishing harbour.

Kadalundi - bird sanctuary, boating

Dolphin's Point - Just 15 minutes from the town centre is a place called Dolphin's Point, where one can see dolphins playing in the sea of an early morning.
But you have to walk from main road terminus around 2Kms.  Stone laid down into sea around 2 kms long. You can call it a stone pier
























































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