Sangamankanda is the most Eastern point in Sri Lanka, where the beaches are still unsullied and as wide as 100 meters.
Lighthouse at this Eastern corner of Sri Lanka has been built in 1947 with a height of 25feet but was destroyed during the 2004 tsunami and only a 15feet of the light house now remains.
Sangamankanda lies on the Potuvil - Kalmune route and can be identified as a small hillock lying close to the road. But to reach the light house one needs to trespass private property and walk quite a few meters from the main road.
There are also ruins of an ancient Buddhist temple and a newly built Ganesh Kovil on site.
Things To Do - Swimming, surfing, hiking, camping, photography, sightseeing.
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Palm Groove Holiday Inn
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Tel : 0632248457
Star Dust Beach Hotel
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Tel : 0632248191
The Blue Wave Hotel
The Blue Wave Hotel Road, Arugambay , Pottuvil 05
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Tel : 0463492992
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