Welcome to our city!
We call it Mangaluru in Kannada, Mangalore in English, Kudla in Tulu, Kodiyala in Konkani, Mykal in Beary and Mangalapuram in Malayalam! Perhaps no other city in India (and perhaps in the world) has so many names in so many languages. This shows Mangalore is a true melting pot of many cultures.
Mangalore is a city of beaches.If you stay in Mangalore and plan to have some fun along the seashores,this list of the top beaches of Mangalore may come in handy.
- Panambur Beach – 10.8 kms
- Surathkal Beach – 14.7 kms
- Ullal Beach – 16.1 kms
- Someshwara Beach – 17.2 kms
- Sasihithlu Beach – 17.3 kms
- Kapu Beach – 42.8 kms
- Malpe Beach – 60.3 kms
The people of South Kanara are essentially religious and their life is sanctified with various religious practices. As such we see many temples dating back to centuries, to the present day shrines.
- Kadri Manjunatha temple – 5.3 kms
- Gokarnanath Temple – 5.9 kms
- Mangala Devi Temple – 9.5 kms
- Kateel Durga Parameshwari Temple – 18.8 kms
- Nara Hari Betta, Bantwal – 30.5 kms
- Karinjeshwara Temple, Bantwala – 44.9 kms
- Dharamasthala Manjunatha Temple – 75.2 kms
Old & Ancient churches also have added to the heritage of Mangalore.
- Milagres Church – 4.9kms
- Infant Jesus Shrine – 5.9 kms
- St. Aloysius Chapel – 6.3 kms
- Rosario Cathedral – 8.9 kms
- Attur Church – 58kms