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Beruwala Tourism

Kalutara District in Western Goa is home to the Beruwala beach town. Located 60 km South of Colombo there are splendid sights in and around this peaceful town. The first ever beach resort on the west coast and is located near the Alguthama fishing village and the ever famous Bentota beach resort.

Beruwala is called “Golden mile” and faithful to its name the beach basks in the warmth of the yellow sun lined by palm trees. Water scooter rides, windsurfing, parasailing, water skiing are some of the adventure sports on the seas. The icing on the cake is that the Bay beach is safe for swimming all through the year and paves the way for Deep-sea Fishing and Wreck & Coral Reef Diving.

The Beruwala fishing harbour and lighthouse are scenic at dawn; the pungent fish lying amidst canoes and fish nets present an excellent tourist experience. Kachimalai Mosque, Galapata Buddhist Temple, China Fort – a gem trading market, Masjid ul Abrar are common sights to see with a local twist. Apart from this Morgalla beach, Ventura beach, Barberyn Island showcase nature’s beauty under lush green shade.

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History of Beruwala

Beruwala in Sri Lanka is said to be the first Moorish settlement on the island. Established by the Arab traders in the 8th century, Beruwala was known for its gem trade. Yesteryear gem traders lived in the China fort and dealt in precious stones and pearls. Legend has it that Beruwala is where Islam was born in Sri Lanka.

Shopping in Beruwala

Beruwala has many handicrafts and jewellery shops to its name. Dara Gems and Jewellery, Sriyan jewellers, Ayesha gems and jewels, Sunflower arts and crafts are the locally famous stores in the beach town. Craft items with shells and locally woven sarees are also widely popular.

Food in Beruwala

Beruwala region has staples as seafood, rice and kottu roti. Fish curry, especially dried fish at that is widely enjoyed here. Elephant seafood restaurant, coral reef seafood restaurant, Abey’s seafood restaurant, Kandhoori are some places that serve the traditional cuisine.

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Kachimalai Mosque in Beruwala
Galapata Buddhist Temple in Beruwala
Palm Trees in Beruwala

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What is the best time to visit Beruwala?

This quiet town in Sri Lanka is welcoming tourists all-round the year. The temperature varies between 26°C and 30°C during the hotter part of the year. Being a coastal town, it is subject to humidity; January being the least humid and November being the wettest month. Sri Lanka as such hosts a tonne of tourists of all nationalities during December as Christmas and New years are touted to be magical in this land down South. However, June – July sees the least number of tourists and is relatively more suitable for the pockets. Since the seas are shallow, they encourage swimming along the shores during all months, except October – November when the rains arrive. Fishing is their source of livelihood that takes place actively throughout the year and stilt-fishing their traditional way is quite an interesting one. Ceylon tea is a Sri Lankan speciality and does good on the warm days and cosy nights as the temperature drops!
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What are the places near Beruwala?

The top places near to Beruwala are Galle which is 53 km from Beruwala, Colombo which is located 52 km from Beruwala, Kandy which is located 115 km from Beruwala, Nuwara eliya which is located 102 km from Beruwala, Sigiriya which is located 185 km from Beruwala

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