Tourism of India

Beaches of India


Make footprints on the sand at this secluded beach backed by the sensational sway of casuarinas trees. Situated on the south bank of the Netravati river, just 8 km from Mangalore, Ullal's claim to fame is the courageous Queen Abbakka, who in the early 1600's repulsed a Portuguese attack near the city, killing two naval commanders and 200 Portuguese seamen. The ruins of the area indicate that it was a kingdom ruled with pomp and splendour. Ullal is also reputed for the Durgah of Syed Mohammed Shereeful Madani, who is said to have come to Ullal from Madina, 400 years ago.

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