Payyambalam beach located near the Kannur town is one of the beautiful
beaches in the state of Kerala. This beautiful stretch of sand and surf
is the best locale for a relaxed evening.
Quiet, secluded, beautiful, this enchanting sandy beach bordering
Kannur is famous as the mortal remains of Swadeshabimani Ramakrishna
Pillai, A.K. Gopalan, Pamban Madavan and K.G. Marar are laid to rest
near this resort.
The Payyambalam beach is a popular picnic spot of the local people and
holds much potential for development into a tourist resort.
Nearby is Ezhimala, the capital of the ancient Mooshika kings,
considered to be an ancient historical site. It is a conspicuous,
isolated cluster of hills, forming a promontory.
A flourishing seaport and centre of trade in ancient Kerala, it was one
of the major battle fields of the Chola-Chera war of the 11th century.
the mortal remains of
Swadeshabimani Ramakrishna Pillai, A.K. Gopalan, Pamban Madavan and K.G.
Marar are laid to rest near this resort.