Thirumullavaram or Beypur is a small coastal census town in Kozhikode district in the state of Kerala, India. Tippu Sultan named the town 'Sultan Pattanam'. This place also has a small port and a beautiful beach.Thirumullavaram beach being the cynosure of all eyes here as a travel tour to Thirumullavaram would showcase before all and sundry. Thirumullavaram has long history of being a centre for shipbuilding since the first century AD, and it was further expanded under the East India Company during the early nineteenth century. The Thirumullavaram beach is an ideal place for relaxation and unwinding yourself.
The Beautiful sandy beach punctuated with wonderful palm groves is also blest with the Vijaya Beach Park with a great entertainment facility for the visitors-boating. Another attraction here is the nearby lighthouse.
The Thirumullavaram beach is located at the mouth of the River Chaliyar in the vicinity of Kozhikode (Calicut) in North Kerala.The Thirumullavaram Beach in Calicut is a striking expanse of enormous land and turquoise blue sea. Nature will cuddle in its arms on the tranquil shores of this beach. The continual Arabian Sea lap at the feet as one stands on the squashy sands watching the sunset.
Pulimuttu is the local name of the 1 km long bridge made of stone stretching in to sea. It is made by piling stones like a pathway to sea. Thirumullavaram light house is situated at the south bank of chaliyar, Uru (Big boat) - The boat building yard here is famous for the construction of the Uru, the traditional Arabian trading vessel. Its build using teak from Malaysia nowadays, but before it was using indigenous teak from Nilambure forest which was transported through water channels (called 'therppan').