Eve\'s Beach



The Kovalam Beach in Kerala is one of the most popular beach holiday destinations in India. The Kovalam beach can be separated into three different sections, i.e., the Lighthouse beach, the Hawah or Eves Beach and the Samudra Beach. The Eves beach is located in a natural setting with frequent fringes of Palm trees. The golden sands, blue waters and green palms create a perfect beach holiday location.

Every part of the day reveals a different shade of the Eves beach in Kovalam. In the morning and day time the Eves Beach is full with tourists. The sea is perfect for sports like swimming and surfing and a day at the Eves Beach is very eventful. The scene, however, completely changes in the evening. As the sun starts sinking, it sprinkles different shades of colors on the blue waters of the sea.

The Eves beach in Kovalam is a perfect place to relish this simple yet enchanting art work of nature. The semi circular Eves Beach, still relatively secluded, is a favorite of the tourists. Besides the refreshing waters and golden beaches, the old red and white light house in the Eves Beach is a major feature of the beach.

Reaching the Eves beach in Kovalam is not a problem. International tourists can land at the International Airport of Trivandrum from where the Eves Beach is about 15 kilometers. The rail head of Trivandrum Central in Thampanoor and Trivandrum Central Bus Station are also located at reasonable distances which makes the Eves beach easily commutable.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011






     


     

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