Negombo-Sri Lanka

Lively beach town that entices visitors to indulge in the coastal experience of Sri Lanka. Primarily inhabited by fisher-folks, the town was once the main sources of cinnamon in the period of the Dutch era and served as a trading port for the Portuguese and Dutch. Even today, remnants of the Europeans days still remain in this friendly town in its churches and old world colonial charm. With its wide open, brilliant blue beach and series of plush resorts and hotels dotted around the coast. This destination is one of Sri Lanka’s most sought after tropical getaway location.

The coastal town of Negombo is the fifth largest in Sri Lanka and is one of the strongholds of the catholic community of the island, earning its name ‘Little Rome’. From glorious churches, remarkable temples and famous Negombo beach to its bustling fishing market and pristine beach, the wonders that awaits in this pretty town paints the picture of an unforgettable beachside escape.

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