A tall lighthouse faces the beach front of Alleppey, Kerala and is open to visitors in the afternoon hours. The approach to the lights is through a flight of stairs in the narrow interiors of the tower. The balcony of the lighthouse offers a bird’s eye view of the town to the east and the vast sea to the west.
Not far from the lighthouse is the long beach of Alleppey, whose sands extend for several kilometres. An old jetty in the beach, now unused and in dilapidated condition is a reminder of the days when Alleppey seashore used to be an active port.