Panoramic sea view

It's a pretty, spacious, comfortable beach with beautiful panorama view and uninterrupted breeze under the natural sunlight.. There are some tiny bell noises generates everywhere with the shudder of Palmyra leaves.

Spend your nights in different way

It has three bedrooms with attached bathrooms. All windows are facing towards to the shore, by letting sea breeze to touch you in every moment.

Absolutely calm

The undisturbed soothing environment helps you to relax your vacation with your loving ones with the presence of natural wind.

Everything is unlimited

This might be your one of unforgettable memory which you collected in the edge of Northern sea. The space is unlimited. Always we aren’t hesitate to say you “WELCOME” and “BYE”.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Alampil is located in Mullaittive district

Mullaitivu District is one of the 25 districts of Sri Lanka, the second level administrative division of the country. The capital of the district is the town of Mullaitivu. Parts of present day Mullaitivu District was part of the pre-colonial Jaffna kingdom. The district then came under Portuguese, Dutch and British control. In 1815 the British gained control of the entire island of Ceylon. They divided the island into three ethnic based administrative structures: Low Country Sinhalese, Kandyan Sinhalese and Tamil. The district, which was then part of Vanni District, was part of the Tamil administration. In 1833, in accordance with the recommendations of the Colebrooke-Cameron Commission, the ethnic based administrative structures were unified into a single administration divided into five geographic provinces. Vanni District, together with Jaffna District and Mannar District, formed the new Northern Province.
Vanni District was later renamed Mullaitivu District and then Vavuniya District. The district was colonised in the second half of the 18th century by residents from Jaffna Peninsula, primarily from Alaveddy, Udupiddy and Navaly. At the time that Ceylon gained independence, Vavuniya was one of the three districts located in the Northern Province. Mullaitivu District was carved out of the northern part of Vavuniya District together with parts of the then Jaffna District, Mannar District and Trincomalee District in September 1978.

Mullaitivu District was under the control of rebel Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam for many years during the civil war. The district was recaptured by the Sri Lankan military in early 2009.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Alampil Holiday Resort

Alampil Holiday Resort is a charming resort located in Alampil itself. It overlooks the ocean and provides easy access to the city's attractions. Mullaittivu is a 50-minute drive away.
Rooms here are decorated and will provide you with a comfortable seating area. Featuring a shower, the private bathrooms also come with free toiletries. You can enjoy a sea view from all the rooms. Extras include a ironing facilities and a fan.
An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including cycling, diving and walking.
Colombo is located 325 km away, while Katunayaka International Airport is situated 303 km away. Guests can enjoy fresh seafood and local menus  in cheap price at the resort.