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Travelling to visit the fort from Kannur is easy. Its hardly 5 kms from the bus stand. Parking is not managed properly. Located at the bank of the Arabian Sea, the fort gives a great view and is a good place to sit and have...More
The fort was worth the tuk-tuk ride to the sea. The views from the ramparts was great both out along the cost and to the fishing harbour with the multicoloured boats.
It’s free to enter, parking 20Ir, and a small stall selling drink and snacks...More
St.Angelo Fort also called Fort of Kannur. St.Angelo fort is around 3 kms from Kannur overlooking Arabian sea. This fort is exactly where Portuguese navigator Vasco Da Gama first visit Malabar cost in 1498 AD. Then, the Portuguese viceroy obtained permission to built this fort...More
The fort is clean and well maintained. It is a 1km walk from the nearest bus stop. The walk is through cantonment region so very safe. The fort is perched on a cliff giving a good view of the sea. Just find a nice spot...More
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It's Kannur or Cannanore. Connoor is a hill station in Tamil nadu. I'm unsure about islands off Kannur, but being a seaside town with ample river streams flowing through, you can expect such islands to exist; Dharmadam being... More
It's Kannur or Cannanore. Connoor is a hill station in Tamil nadu. I'm unsure about islands off Kannur, but being a seaside town with ample river streams flowing through, you can expect such islands to exist; Dharmadam being one known to tourists, which is situated at visual distance from the Muzhappilangad Beach.
The safety and legality of other such islands though is at your own risk.,