Welcome to Thalassery

Thalassery, also known as Tellicherry, is a city on the Malabar Coast of Kerala, India. This is the second largest city of North Malabar.

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Famous personalities

There are several famous personalities are from Thalassery who made Thalassery proud by reaching zenith of success in their respective fields.  

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Tourist Attractions

A guide to things to do in Thalassery, places to visit, sights to see, attractions to explore & destinations to visit for a memorable tour.

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Muzhappilangad Beach

Muzhappilangad beach, a drive in beach where visitors can bring their cars and bikes, and ride on the sands for as long as they please.

Thalassery Cricket Stadium : Coming soon ...

In 2008 a new stadium only for cricket was inaugurated in Conor Vayal near Venus Junction in Thalassery

Thalassery Fort

Thalassery Fort is situated in the heart of Thalassery town. The British East India Company built the fort in 1708 to establish a stronghold on the Malabar Coast.

About Us

Thalassery is 21 km from the district headquarters, Kannur. The name Tellicherry is the anglicized form of Thalassery. Thalassery is half an island lying on the banks of the Eranjoli river and surrounded by the Arabian sea. Just like the seven hills on the banks of the Tiber river helped Rome, become a great Empire, there are seven hills in Thalassery which have helped its prosper and become a legendary town. These hills are Dharmadam kunnu, Koduvalli kunnu, Illikunnu, Chetam kunnu, Morak kunnu, Mailam kunnu and Vayalalam kunnu. The eranjoli river and Dharmadam river flow through Thalassery creating a water ring around it. As Thalassery has several hills it is also known as the 'City of seven hills'. Thalassery is recently been announced as Kerala’s first ‘Heritage town ‘.

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