Located in Fort Kochi (the most interesting part of the city of Kochi), beside the sea, you can admire these original and huge fishing installations. Their elegant construction is especially beautiful during sunset.
Is one of the islands that is very close to the Ernakulam area and linked by a bridge.
This long narrow palm-fringed island is easily accessible from the mainland and is where you’ll need to go to see the Bolghatty Palace.
situated on Boghatty Island, a narrow palm-fringed island easily accessible from the mainland. The Palace was built by the Dutch in 1744 and later became the seat of the British Resident. Today this has been converted into a hotel and is a popular place to stay.
The oldest synagogue in Kerala. There is also a Jesuit Church and ruins of a Jesuit College. One can also walk to the Hindu Temple overlooking river Periyar, a 16th-century mosque, as well as burial grounds.
Numerous stories attest to the early history of this 10th century temple, where tormented devotees found solace in the diety, Bhagavathi. Today it remains one of the most popular pilgrim sites in Kerala, devotees still flock here seeking liberation from torment. Sometimes they dance themselves into a flenzy in their battle between the demons and the deities.