Thalassery is a commercial town on the Malabar Coast in Kannur area, in the province of Kerala, India, flanked by the locale of Mahe, Kozhikode, Wayanad, Kasaragod and Kodagu Karnataka. It is the biggest populated district of North Malabar. Thalassery has been a generally huge area in the course of recent hundreds of years in the Malabar district. Thalassery district has a populace just shy of 100,000. Thalassery has a territory of 23.98 square kilometers. It is 22 km south of the region central station in Kannur town.
The town has Dharmadam Panchayat in the north, Eranjoli and Kodiyeri in the east New Mahe in the south and the Arabian Sea on the west. The palm-bordered territory has a grand coastline and highlights four waterways, channels and slopes with orange-shaded shake. One of the four waterways is the Mahe River Mayyazhi stream. Amid the British Raj, the Mahe River was nicknamed the English Channel, since it isolated British-ruled Thalassery from French-ruled Mahe.
Muzhappilangad Beach, the sole shoreline where driving is conceivable in Kerala with a 4 km long drivable territory, is situated inside 6 km from the town focus. Thalassery Travel Guide is fragmented without a say of Sree Rama Swami Temple, Jagannath Temple, Thalassery Fort, Catholic Rosary Church, Muzhappilangad Beach and Overbury's Folly which fills in as the significant vacation destinations of the city.