Another mistress of spices of the South, dominated by Arab and European influences. The city's main attractions are Kappad Beach, Kozhikode Beach, Mishkal Mosque and Tali Temple and Beypore Beach. Nature lovers will enjoy solace and silence at Payyoli Beach, Tusharagiri Falls, Kozzhippara Falls, Thikoti light house and Peruvannamuzhi Dam, while Pazhassiraja Museum and Art Gallery cater to art and history enthusiasts with its brilliant artefacts and paintings. If you are interested in buying pottery, sculptures, murals and ornaments, Sargaalaya is the place where skilled craftsmen display and sell such items. Mananchira Square, built by the Zamorin during their reign, consisting of a serene park and pond, is perfect to relax in the evening after a tiring day of sightseeing, while a walk in Janaki Forest offers a serene experience amidst its dense trees and their taciturnity. For a taste of local cinema try out the old school Radha Theatre, a pre-independence era theatre which plays local movies everyday. Places such as Kingsbay, Bombay Restaurant, Dhe Puttu, Salkram and Hut and Bun Club are famous for non-vegetarian, vegetarian and bistro dishes.
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The Kozhikode beach is a clean and well kept beach and is a preferred place to hang out for those who love to observe sunsets. The Kozhikode Beach also is home to a lighthouse and sea piers that are over a 100 years old. Other important attractions on the beach are the Lion's club and the children's park.
Karwar To Kozhikode is the part of National Highway 17, The most beautiful coastal road of India along with the majestic western ghats and Arabian sea. The National Highway 17 is 7th longest highway in India connects Panvel to Kochi through the west coast of India and touching shores of Arabian sea at at Maravanthe and Thalassery.