Lavish villa by the beach overlooking the Indian Ocean

Paradise Bay Villa is exclusively located on the beach overlooking the Indian Ocean. Consisting of 3 newly built air-conditioned luxury 1 bedroom apartments ideally situated overlooking the sea facing west, providing fantastic sunset views.

These one bedroom beach apartments are ideally suited for couples and families. The kitchen, bedroom and balcony are situated overlooking the sea facing west, providing fantastic sunset views. The kitchen is full equipped, with the bedroom having a king size bed with en suite bathroom overlooking the sea. Each bedroom has access to a large veranda. Sri Lanka is the perfect sanctuary for a luxurious holiday on Asia's most exotic island, known for thousands of years as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean. South of Colombo, Beruwala marks the beginning of a 130 km-stretch of beaches, where resort development has made immense strides in recent years. Good bathing in the bay all year round. Beruwala is a characteristic fishing town. Beruwala beach is a sandy stretch of beach popular with tour operators. There are choices of water sports activities here. Taking a boat trip to a small island just off-shore is the panoramic views from the top of of the lighthouse. Bentota Ganga forms the river boundary between the western & southern Provinces. About 4 km upriver from the tourist settlement is the Galapatha Vihara. This 12th century temple has few remains, but does include a carved gateway along private inscription recording a gift of lands and Slaves to the monastery on the site.

Brief Garden was the home of the late septuagenarian landscape artist, Bevis Bawa. The sprawling house in the midst of this tranquil oasis is a veritable museum of art, containing Bawa's own works, and those of friends of friends, such as George Keyt & Donald Friends. Bawa created this enchanting garden on a hillside with wonderful views off Kalawila between 1929 & 1989. Bawa's private collection of paintings, sculptures photographs and furniture (many colonial antiques), provides an added incentive to visit the bird-filled 5 acre landscaped garden with cool, shady woodland paths, many nature specimen trees, exotic flowering plants and interesting water features highly recommended. Monday is market day in Aluthgama, just 15 minutes stroll across the bridge. Bustling with locals selling fresh fish, meat and vegetables, the produce is as colourful as the saris they wear. Visit Kande Viharaya. This is a 12th century Buddhist temple, which is situated very close to the Beach Villa. Water-sports centres are located all along the coast, where a variety of activities are available to suit all abilities and ages. The calm river is perfect for water-skiing and windsurfing. Explore the local small turtle farms at Kosgoda. Join in the egg burial by night, admire the baby turtles by day and take a journey to the sea to release the young back into their natural environment. Mask Museum is primarily a workshop & showroom. Some of the exhibits tracing the tradition of mask dancing are interesting and informative.

Hilda's Coffee Bar

Sometimes simplicity is best! A beautiful bar, near Paradise Bay Villa. Try it for yourself you won’t be disappointed!

Hilda's Coffee Bar