Mirissa Beach 1/undefined by Tripoto
December - May
1 out of 13 attractions in Mirissa
Yasmin Mirza
This place is all about the relaxing at beaches with great food and restaurants. As I have already mentioned that I am totally in love with these beaches. There are people who are taking sun bath and rest. Golden sand and blue water was helping in getting relaxed. We spent a quality time there and recommend people to visit this amazing place.Best Time To Visit : Sunrise and SunsetEntry Fee : None
Mallika Hatimuria
Early morning Whale watching at MirissaCycle around the Galle fortTalk a walk around the historical siteView the Sunset
In the evening, I left for the beach. The blue water and the blue sky complemented each other. I got into the shallow water and while I was enjoying myself two mammoth size waves hit me. First, I tumbled into the water and as soon as I tried to get on my feet, the second wave pushed me to the ground. I felt an excruciating pain on my right knee. I sensed something bad has happened. Somehow, I came out of the water, changed and headed for the resort.
Jeremy Noronha
After Spiti Valley, I thought I would explore Sri Lanka for a month but instead ended up spending nearly a month learning to surf and then surfing my days away on the beautiful beaches of Sri Lanka! It was super fun. I remember booking my flights to Sri Lanka because a blog I like mentioned that it had beautiful sunsets! Hehe :)
Gunjan Upreti
Famous for its laid-back vibe, Mirissa Beach is located 4km southeast of Weligama. Dotted with beach-side bars and restaurants, Mirissa Beach is one of the south coast’s most intimate beaches. Besides the glorious view of the beach, Mirissa Beach is also a great place to go whale-watching.Things to do: Go for a swim; Indulge in water-sports such as surfing; Spot dolphins and whales; Go fishing; Spend some time lounging around the beach.