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City Tour - Beaches

Bolghatty Island & Palace
A long narrow palm-fringed island now connected by the Gosree bridge, is where the Bolgatty Palace is situated amidst 15 acres of lush green lawns. Built by the Dutch in 1744 AD, it became the seat of the British Resident later. The palace is now converted to a hotel and has a golf course on its grounds. Several vantage points for lovely views of the harbour & the sea.
Direction:  W      Distance:  6 Km   

Cochin Harbour and Willingdon Island
Cochin, one of the finest natural harbours in the world, and the only all weather harbour on the west coast. Willingdon Island is a man-made island created from the material dredged while deeping Kochi Port, named after Lord Willingdon a former British Viceroy to india. Situated between the main land Emakulam and the old town Mattancherry and separated by the backwaters. Cochin Harbour, Southern Naval Command, Port Trust head quarters, major trading centers etc. are situated at Willingdon Island. Connected to the mainland by road-cum-railway Venduruthy Bridge.
Direction:  S      Distance:  8 Km   

Light House - Vypin
The Vypin lighthouse or Cochin lighthouse is situated at Puthuvype in Vypin island. Even though the current lighthouse started functioning only by 15 November 1979, the Cochin lighthouse has a long history. The lighthouse which was functioning in Fort Kochi from 1839 was shifted to Puthuvype in 1979. The tower has a height of 43 meters and is made of double layered concrete. The light beam has the range of 28 nautical miles. The view from the top of the light house is marvelous, it provides a panoramic glimpse of the city beneath. Entry to the light house is permitted from 3 P.M to 5 P.M
Direction:  W      Distance:  12 Km   

Fort Kochi beach
A stroll along the beach, particularly at sunset with the chinese fishing nets and sailing ships in the background, is a fine experience. Many European style bungalows can be seen along the shoreline. The chinese fishing nets found here are the only ones of its kind in India, a legacy of the trading connections between China and India many centuries ago. It is believed that traders from the court of the Chinese ruler Kublai Khan introduced these nets here. These nets, at the entrance of the harbour and along the backwaters with pivots of wood, are the icon of Cochin sea trade.
Direction:  S      Distance:  16 Km   

Cherai Beach
Located in Vypin Island accessible by by road from mainland, Kochi. Cherai Beach offers a unique combination of sea and backwaters rimmed by lush green coconut palms and Chinese fishing nets. It has sea on the western side and backwater on east, which gives this tourist destination, a unique surrounding.
Direction:  NW      Distance:  25 Km   

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