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Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, architecture, Payyanur is set next to miles of ocean coastline and pristine beaches. The bell metal work of Payyanur is world famous. The bell metal craftsmanship on display at the subramanya temple here is truly breathtaking.. After the the arrival of the Nambootharis (Brahmans) in the early 12th century , Payyanur became the hub for bell metal artisans to produce their intricate art work which can be seen at the famous Subramanya temple in Payyanur. Witness the age old technique of lamp making as we show you step by step how these artisans shape crude metal into beautiful brass lamps. A great place to buy some some memorabilia and support the local artisans.
This northern corner of Kannur district in the North Malabar region of Kerala is known for its temples, astrologers and the Pavithra Mothiram, a ring shaped like a knot which is worn during vedic rituals or the ‘pithrubali’ (a ceremony performed for the well-being of ancestors).
Mangalore Airport Air : The closest airport is the Mangalore International Airport , which is about 120 from Payyanur town. A pick up and drop can be arranged on request. >>>>>>Click for flight tickets<<<<<
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This beautiful homestay is located just a few kilometers from Payyanur. With all modern facilities this homestay caters this homestay is located just by the Valiaparamba backwaters. Built in traditional kerala style architecture and overlooking the vast valiaparamba backwaters.With sunny beach at its doorstep and soothing backwaters in its backyard it provides its guests the perfect holiday experience, fun and relaxation in one setting.
The Kannan beach resort offers a lovely beach-side and green mansions adjacent to a vast seashore; rich with coconut trees. The accommodations provide traditional and modern facilities that come along with amenities such as a sparkling pool, ayurvedic massages, plantation visit, and fishing.
A small complex of white cottages with traditional wood-tiled roofs, Kanan Beach Resort backs on to a long sweep of golden sands just beyond the small town of Nileshwar. Fishermen launch their boats here, herons and egrets stalk the shallows. Paths run between the beach and the resort’s gardens – complete with coconut palms and hammocks. This is a simple-yet-stylish outfit, its 10 generously sized bedrooms opening on to wide decks. You sink into the peace here, lounging by the pool, taking Ayurvedic treatments in the small spa or pottering to the sea. You won’t find much in the way facilities for visitors beyond the hotel but the genial staff will arrange temple visits and rice-barge cruises on the waterways.