If you look at Sri Lanka from space, you will see the white outline surrounding the island, and all these sandy beaches. Walking along the coast in any part of the island you can often find just a stunning secluded beach. And most of the beaches in Sri Lanka are not crowded and, with the exception of resort areas, you can even say deserted. With developed infrastructure (cafes, sun loungers, umbrellas, water activities, etc.) beaches mainly on the South-West coast-mount Lavinia, Beruvella, Bentota, Hikkaduwa, Unawatuna, Mirissa, Tangalle, etc.
Dalawella beach, known for its cozy villas and small hotels with a quiet lagoon – a welcome respite after a bustling resort in Unawatuna (Unawatuna).
Beach Marakele (Marakolliya) near Tangalle on the South coast of the island is simply stunning (between the lagoon and the ocean), but swimming in the ocean is not safe. A nearby beach Rekawa long and wide attracts turtles for nesting and for those who like a quiet secluded holiday surrounded by delightful scenery.
Arugam Bay is a classic resort for surfers and those who love active sports.
Uppuveli and Nilaveli near the city of Trincomalee beautiful beaches in a quiet area on the East coast.
In Batticaloa, on the East coast, most beaches are completely isolated: only for explorers, adventurers and romantics.
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