Mangalore beach is a beach in Karnataka. It is clean and possess a beautiful lighthouse. The beach makes an ideal spot for a picnic.
Near Mangalore beach lies the confluence of Gurupara and Netravathi rivers. These two rivers form the area's backwaters. The silvery sands of Mangalore beach with soothing swift winds from the Arabian Sea make up an unparalleled enjoyable environment. The view of sunset from this beach is a sight to behold.
Mangalore beach offers more than pristine sands and water. A Yakshagana performance on the sands is a sight worth seeing. It is a nightlong event. People dance to the beat of drums. The Kambala or buffalo event also makes a unique spectacle. Another local attractions include St. Aloysius Chapel, a Manjunatha Temple, Jumma Masjid and Mangala Devi temple.
Persons visiting Mangalore beach have a wealth of options to stay in the area. Both starred hotels and budget hotels are available. Mangalore has its own railway junction. Regular train services are available from Bangalore and Mumbai. The city also has its own airport. A network of roads is present for inter and intracity transportation.
Mangalore beach is very near to a number of secondary tourist destinations. The scenic beaches of Malpe and Maravanthe is accessible by a day's ride. The Mookambika Temple of Kollur is 140 kilometers away. Dharmasthala town with its Manjunatha temple is 75 kilometers away.