The beach was featured among the top six best beaches for driving in the world in BBC Auto. A barrier of black rocks keeps the waves calm, making the crescent-shaped beach even more safe. These rocks are home to the blue mussel which is served as delicious seafood at the small food stalls on the beach. The beach is visited by plenty of migratory birds every season. It also attracts bird watchers from distant places.
The Beach Festival, held in the month of April, is one of the salient tourist attractions of this mesmerising beach. There are a number of adventurous and fun-filled activities organised here, including parasailing, paragliding, power boating, catamaran rides etc. Dharmadam beach is at a distance of 200m from here, making it a walkable distance during low tide. Muzhappilangad beach has all the thrills you need for a perfect holiday.