About Mangalore

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Mangalore, the administrative headquarters of the Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka, is a major city in the West Coast of India. A historic city, recognized as one of the most well known ports of south India as early as the 6th century AD onwards, Mangalore exports many items including coffee and cashew nuts. Mangalore is also renowned for its roof tiles and seafood and a busy commercial center.

The scenic landscape is dominated by the distinctive coconut palms set against a backdrop of rolling hills and majestic streams flowing towards the Arabian Sea. The picturesque location contains many ancient buildings, roofed with the renowned Mangalore tiles of red color clay dug from local places. The bustling city of Mangalore, with its winding roads, sandy beautiful beaches, ancient temples, churches and beautiful beaches, makes a perfect destination for tourists to spend their time in an excited, happy and relaxed way.

About Mangalore