Ullal town is one of the oldest towns in India. Ullal beach is one of beatiful beach in Karnataka. In 15th century it came under the rules of Portuguese. Still the remains of its glorious history can be seen in the beaches and other parts of Ullal. This place is famous for its historical and beaut values that are matchless.
Ullal Beach is just 10km away from the beautiful city Mangalore. Ullal beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the 320 km stretched of Karnataka. Sea side of Arabian Sea is truly exemplary and is always waving. One can go to the beach easily as is well linked with roads and other transport means.
Ullal beach is spectacular place to spend times. Neat sea shore, glazy sun reflections and appropriate weather are the highlights of the Ullal Beach. Somanatheshwara Temple and St. Sebastian Church are the prime attraction of the beach. It is set in 14 acres of casuarinas groves, has well furnished cottages and makes a pleasant getaway from the city. Ullal beach offering a perfect holiday destination for tourists looking for solitude. The casuarinas groves offer a perfect setting when the sun sets.
The exotic Ullal beach is known for its blissful exquisiteness with the flavor of loads water games and funs. Ullal beach attracts tourists belonging all round the globe. People from everywhere come to spend their leisure, vacations and special moments. In addition, local hospitality and living in beach cottages is a special feeling that is only served at Ullal Beach.
Summer Sands Beach Resort is the major attraction of the Ullal Beach. It is located at Ullal and is about 12km away from the city of Mangalore. It lies on the shores of Arabian Sea and covers an expanse of 14acre land, which is surrounded by beautiful shrubs and trees. It also has furnished cottages for the accommodation of the travelers. Besides, people also visit Somanatheshwara Temple and St. Sebastian Church.
It is easy to reach Ullal Beach from Mangalore and other connecting cities like Hyderabad and Bangalore, as 3 National Highways pass through it namely N.H. 66, N.H.48, and N.H. 13.
Bajpe is a domestic and now international airport, which is 10 km from Mangalore city. It connects Mumbai and Bangalore. Konkan Railways link Mangalore to major cities of India. Besides, All Season Sea Port called New Mangalore Port Trust in Panamboor join the city to other countries as well
Ullal is a panchayat town in Dakshina Kannada district in the Indian state of Karnataka. Ullal town is one of the oldest towns in India. In 15th century it came under the rules of Portuguese. Still the remains of its glorious history can be seen in the beaches and other parts of Ullal. Ullal is a small town about 8–10 km south of Mangalore close to the border between the two southern states of Karnataka and Kerala. It comprises two revenue villages, Ullal and Parmannur, in Mangalore Taluk. Ullal is located adjacent to City Corporation of Mangalore at a distance of 10 KM from District head quarters. Most of the people in ullal belong to either beary or Mogaveera ethnic group. Ullal, which was otherwise considered to be a very peaceful place became notorious for the communial riots for last few years. It is very famous for historic locations like Someshwara Temple, Summer Sands Beach Resort, Queen Abbakka’s Fort at Ranipura, Seyyad madani dargah, K Pandyarajah Ballal Institutes and college of nursing and Queen Abbakka’s basadi at melangadi. This quaint little sea town on the shore of Arabian Sea was the setting for wide-scale sea-erosion that occurred in the late 1990s and early this millennium. The local authorities however have tried to reduce the damage by placing sand bags near the advancing coastline, the benefits of this step are yet to be noted. Adjacent to summer sands beach resort is subhash nagar. The remains of Rani Abbakka’s fort can be seen in the vicinity of Someshwara Temple. This Town is an important trading centre for fish and fish manure. Fishing and Beedi rolling are main occupations of the residents of this town.
This Town was the Capital of the Tulu Kingdom Ullal and was ruled by Jain Queen, Rani Abbakka Devi in the middle of the 16th Century. Rani Abbakka Devi of Ullal can perhaps be proclaimed the first promoter of Women’s liberation. RANI ABBAKKA DEVI – FIRST WOMAN FREEDOM FIGHTER OF INDIA WHO FAUGHT AGAINST PORTUGUESE
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