Fort Kochi Beach
7 locals recommend
Tips from locals
beautiful sunrise and sunsets..A walk in the beach ..catch view of large ships cruise liners sea divers..chinese fishing nets and fresh fish catch ..
The right place to enjoy the Sun-rise and Sun-set! Those who have a flavor for Sea-foods, yes, it is the just caught one made deliciously available to you hot and yummy!
Fort Kochi beach is a beach along the Arabian Sea situated in Fort Kochi in the city of Kochi Unique views and point of interests are the so-called Chinese fishing nets .Other points of interests include the jetty towards the Vembanad Lake respectively to the Kerala backwaters. Colonial-style…
Its the beach down the road and is nice to stroll as you watch the sunset and sunrise.
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“The beach is around 10 km long and is ideal for swimming as the tide is mostly low and the waves are gentle.. It is one of the few places where the backwaters and the sea can be seen in a single frame.Cherai Beach offers the less busier and cleaner option. Distance From the stay:- 15km (30mins) ”
- 9 locals recommend
“The Indo-Portuguese Museum situated in Fort Kochi throws light on the strong Portuguese influence in both the art and the architecture of the region.”
- 2 locals recommend
“Marine Drive is among the most beautiful and popular destinations in Kochi. It is frequented by locals and visitors alike due to the magnificent view of the backwaters and Kochi Harbour available here.”
- 8 locals recommend
“The Mattancherry Palace is a Portuguese palace popularly known as the Dutch Palace, in Mattancherry, Kochi, built in 1555 in the Indian state of Kerala which features Kerala murals depicting portraits and exhibits of the Rajas of Kochi.”
- 7 locals recommend
“The Paradesi Synagogue is the oldest active synagogue in the Commonwealth of Nations, located in fort Kochi, Kerala, in South India. Constructed in 1567, it is one of seven synagogues of the Malabar Yehudan or Yehudan Mappila people or Cochin Jewish community in the Kingdom of Cochin. Paradesi is a word used in several Indian languages, and the literal meaning of the term is "foreigners", applied to the synagogue because it was built by Sephardic or Spanish-speaking Jews, some of them from families exiled in Aleppo, Safed and other West Asian localities. It is also referred to as the Cochin Jewish Synagogue or the Mattancherry Synagogue.”
- 6 locals recommend