Bekal Fort (Kasargod)


The largest and the best preserved fort in Kerala, Bekal Fort, is 16 km south on the National Highway. The beautiful Bakel beach with the historic and archaeologically significant Bakel fort in the background is now being developed ,into an international tourist destination.

Still later it became part of the Vijayanagar empire. In the late 18th century Tipu Sultan captured it. An old mosque near the fort is believed to have been built by him . After he was overthrown by the British, the fort came under the East India Company.

-Alwaye Palace -Aranmula -Bekal
-Bolghatty Palace -Cheraman Juma Masjid -Cheruthuruthy
-Edakkal Caves -Guruvayoor (Pilgrim Centre) -Pilgrim Centre
-Hill Palace Museum -Jewish Synagogue -Kanakakkunnu Palace
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