Galle, Sri Lanka, is one of the country’s main tourist attractions. Not only for the beautiful beaches in this area, but Galle is also famous because of the colonial architecture on the Island. The Galle Dutch Fort is one of the favourite places that visitors should not miss. You can see the most beautiful architectural details there. Also, viewing the sunset from the Galle Fort is the perfect way to end the day in Galle. The National Museum of Galle is another exciting place to visit. Many tourists and locals come to visit the site to see all the historic details and artefacts of ancient Sri Lanka.
If you love architecture, The Dutch Reformed Church or Groote Kerk in Galle is also one place with immense architectural and colonial value. Also, another addition to the local museums is the historical mansion museum of Galle. It is worth adding this to your list because of the artefacts that hold immense cultural and historical value. The Galle Clock Tower (from where you can see the International Cricket Stadium), The Galle Lighthouse, The All Saints’ Church and the St Joseph’s Chapel are other monuments with unique architectural value. The ideal time to visit the beaches around Galle is during the dry season of the Island. Then you will be able to get the maximum benefit from the trip and enjoy the beauty of the sandy beaches under the sun and have the most wonderful holiday! However The Galle Fort is welcoming and interesting all year round.
Both in and outside of the For are beautiful accommodations, from friendly guest houses, colonial villas, to luxury 5-star accommodations and romantic hotels. Delicious culinary delights from many cultures can be found at the restaurants in Galle Fort.