The Tilmati beach in Karwar is located in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka. The sand here looks like black sesame, which is why the beach is named Tilmati. The name comes from the Konkani word ‘tillu’ which means sesame seeds and ‘matti’ which means soil .
Devbagh Beach, Karwar
Devbagh is the most popular beach in the coastal city of Karwar, headquarters of the Uttara Kannada district. This beach is known to have inspired the famous poet Shri Rabindranath Tagore who had visited Karwar during the early 20th century.
Kapu is a beach village in coastal Karnataka. Kapu’s long sandy beaches offer a panoramic view of the Arabian Sea. With its tropical climate and a bevy of attractions that beckon tourists from across the country, Kapu is predominantly known for its greenery that surrounds the beach. One of the main attractions of the Kapu beach is the century-old 130 ft. lighthouse. Other must-see spots in Kapu include the two temples of Goddess Mariamma and the Jain Basadis.
Malpe is a calm beach town near the temple town of Udupi in Coastal Karnataka. Malpe is known for its fishing harbor, St Mary’s Island and beaches.
Maravanthe wears the look of a fairyland with the picturesque Kodachadri Hills forming a backdrop to the Sauparnika River on one side and miles of unspoilt white sand on the other. Maravanthe is a uniquely positioned beach in Coastal Karnataka with Arabian Sea on one side and Souparnika river on the other.
Mattu Beach, located around 10 kilometres from the city of Udupi, is one of the untouched beauties of the state. Away from the bustling city, The Beach is a secluded paradise for those looking for relaxation amidst natural surroundings. This unexplored beach is blessed with the alluring beauty of nature, swaying coconut and palm trees, and the cool gushes of wind.
Om Beach Gokarna
Ottinene beach is a scenic beach in coastal Karnataka, popular because of an elevated cliff that offers captivating views of the beach below. Ottinene Beach: The beach and backwaters is a scenic beach where the Byndoor river enters Arabian sea. The shallow beach area, with hills in one corner is safe, scenic and photogenic. Sunset view is worth waiting for.
Panambur Beach is one of the most popular beaches in Mangaluru city in coastal Karnataka. Known to be one of the safest and well-maintained beaches, it is also famous for its dramatic sunset.
Someshwara Beach is a rocky beach on the outskirts of Mangaluru city in coastal Karnataka. River Netravati confluences with Arabian Sea near the Beach. The Beach gets its name from Someshwara temple nearby.
It is one of those beaches that have trees on them and offers a picturesque landscape. Tannirbhavi beach also has some basic facilities like lifeguards, toilets, parking lot, few eateries and concrete benches. One can sit under the green trees and lose track of time while enjoying the scenic beauty of the place. This beach is a popular beach near Mangaluru city in coastal Karnataka.
Ullal beach is located a few kilometers away from Mangalore, in the Indian state of Karnataka. This stunning waterfront is located near the Western Ghats and enjoys the gorgeous Arabian Sea.