The coastal city of Kozhikode in Kerala was an important center for the spice trade. The city is close to the site of Vasco da Gama’s landing in 1498. The city has an old lighthouse overlooking the beach, where you can see a spectacular sunset.
Beypore, a charming beach town located in the Kozhikode region is hidden away. This vibrantly colored town is located at the mouth, of the Chaliyar River. It is surrounded in mystic blue shades.
Kozhikode Beach also known by the Calicut Beach. It is located on Malabar Coast. After Mahatma Gandhi made a 1934 visit to Calicut and gave the beach road its name, “Gandhi Road”.
Pazhassiraja, a museum located on East Hill in Kerala, has been named after Pazhassiraja Kerala Varma (Padinjare Kovilakom) of the Kottayam Royal Family
The Tali Temple is a Hindu temple located in Kozhikode city, Kerala. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and was built during the 14th century by the Zamorin of Calicut.
Indian Business Museum, which was opened in Kozhikode District of Kerala by Pallamraju, former Minister for HRD in 2013, covers an area of 23000 sq. ft. The museum preserves and perpetuates India’s rich business heritage.