At a separation of 20 Kms from Kozhikode Railway Station, Kappad shoreline is a standout amongst the most beguiling Kerala shorelines and furthermore extraordinary compared to other Kerala vacationer places. Vasco da Gama arrived on Indian soil on 27th May 1498 at Kappad shoreline alongside 170 men.There is a landmark on the shoreline that honors the point of interest occasion of Vasco da Gama's entry. This denoted the start of another time in the connection between the Indians and the Portuguese which went on for 4 to 5 centuries. The shoreline is perfect for unwinding and playing around with sand. Devi Temple, which is accepted to be 800 years of age, is arranged over a stone close to the shoreline. Karappula River at Elathur near the shoreline is a decent place for sculling. Dusk is an awesome site to watch here, in the mix of Sea and River. This place is near NH17 towards Mangalore. It is associated by visit transports from Kozhikode.