Sprawling fields of emerald-green paddy cultivations, endless beaches, and ancient remains of ones flourishing maritime center are only just part of Galle, a city originally built by Dutch in Ceylon in early 1663, and present-day a Unesco World Heritage Site, is a delight to explore by wandering its rambling lines, and within imposing colonial buildings. There are plenty of other things you can do a bit beyond the outskirts including surfing, diving, snorkeling, and your dedicated villa concierge is of great help, who would plan it out with insights from A-Z. We also have a few curated suggestions below.
A few attractions in and around Galle, and beyond
Must-see places during your stay with us
A short downhill-walk through the ocean breeze from the Mount Marina
Areas Popular around Mount Marina Villas
Tours depart daily from the resort