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Welcome to Sri Lanka’s vibrant Southern Coast

Emerald hues of the coconut palm frond dappled headlands meet the sapphire waters of the Indian Ocean along this isle’s curvaceous southern coast of Weligama, Sri Lanka. A thirty-minute coastal drive leads to the massive granite ramparts of the 400-year-old Dutch colonial Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nearby, the slender white Dondra Lighthouse, built by the British in 1890, marks this island’s southernmost tip. Standing shoulder to shoulder with Weligama, is Mirissa. The area is often referred to synonymously, as the two towns are situated on the opposite sides of the Weligama Bay.

 

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From exploring UNESCO world heritage sites to riding 6 feet curls, there is plenty to do here at Weligama.

Standing shoulder to shoulder with Weligama, is Mirissa. The area is often referred to synonymously, as the two towns are situated on the opposite sides of the Weligama Bay. Of the 100s of Mirissa Hotels and upcoming resorts in Weligama, Cape Weligama proudly stands tall as the best rated, most luxurious hotel on Sri Lanka’s Southern coast.

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A thirty-minute coastal drive leads to the massive granite ramparts of the 400-year-old Dutch colonial Galle Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Postcard perfect beaches, gently breaking waves and a kaleidoscopic underwater landscape sprinkled with historic wrecks, Sri Lanka’s southern coastline does not lack for magnetic charms.
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How to Get to Cape Weligama

Make your way to the Southern Highway E01 and head south, towards Matara / Hambantota. Exit at the Kokmaduwa Interchange (at the 116.5km marker) and take a right onto the B465 road towards Weligama. Travel 5kms to Weligama Town. At Weligama, take the Galle-Matara road towards Galle, travelling west. Pass Taprobane Island at Weligama Bay on your left, and travel approximately 2kms. Then, by a row of street vendors selling pottery items, turn left onto Abhimanagama Road and travel uphill for 500m to reach Cape Weligama.
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The Weather in Weligama

Cape Weligama, located on the South Coast of Sri Lanka and is influenced by the south- western monsoon from May – July. The real feel of a tropical island is felt. Cape Weligama’s clifftop perch make it a great “storm watching” location, especially during afternoon thunder showers.
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