Paragon Beach Resort,
#226/4, Udupila, Mirissa,
Sri Lanka.
  +94 77 279 9971
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Paragon Beach Resort,#226/4, Udupila, Mirissa,Sri Lanka.

Paragon Beach Resort at Mirissa is located at a fantastic place on the beach, this is the right place to spend your holiday with maximum comfort and experience, and you will have an everlasting holiday experience with us.

If you are seeking for a calm and beautiful relaxed Hotel to stay at Mirissa visit paragon beach resort today.

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Udawalawe National Park

Situated 78 km northeast of Tangalle it is one of the island's most popular national parks. It is best known for it's around 400 elephants. Other animals, which may be sighted here include: spotted deer, monkeys, jackals, many bird species and water buffaloes. .


Weherahena Temple

A large Buddha statue here is painted with very bright colours. There arehundreds of scenes painted to show the Buddha's life. There are threeunderground storeys and there you can see the shrine room in which thewalls are decorated with murals depicting the Buddha's life.


Kirinda Rajamaha Viharaya

Kirinda Rajamaha Viharaya is located on top of the rock on a fine beach and most beautiful place. This had been built by the king Kavantissa.
There are no places for accommodation but at the Yala Junction you can find.

Kirinda is a small fishing village blessed with a pretty beach, spectacular views and a charming history, yet it is bypassed by most visitors. There is a rocky outcrop from which can be obtained some magnificent views of the desolate coast with its long stretch of sand dunes.


Tissa Vehera

Tissa Vehera is a place which the Buddha is supposed to have visited, and this 55m high Dagoba had been built by the King Kavantissa. You can also see a statue of Viharamaha Devi, the daughter of Kelanitissa who landed at Tissa beach and was subsequently married to King Kavantissa. Tissa Wewa (Tank) too had been built during this period and it provides water to paddy cultivation in this area.


Blow Hole

The blow-hole, or 'Hummanaya' in Mawella, Dickwella, is an attractive natural feature. Sea spray splashes up to 40-50 feet during the monsoon period and attracts many a foreign and local tourist.


Bundala National Park

Located 70 km east of Tangalle, this park offers great opportunities for bird-watching (with around 150 reported species) and the occasional sighting of elephants and crocodiles.


Dondra Lighthouse

Just 5 km from Matara town. Dondra Head is the southernmost point of Sri Lanka. The 160 feet high lighthouse is located in a beautiful garden.


Madunagala Hermitage

The Madunagala hermitage is a beautiful location, situated on and around a rock in the shade of the thick jungle. Consisting of caves where Buddhist monks are in deep meditation the hermitage also comprises ancient pools that aid nature's flow of water.


Yala National Park

Yala National Park is the most visited and second largest national park in Sri Lanka. The park consists of five blocks, two of which are now open to the public, and also adjoining parks. The blocks have individual names such as, Ruhuna National Park and Kumana National Park or 'Yala East' for the adjoining area.


Whales watching at Mirissa

Whale watching is the practice of observing whales and dolphins (cetaceans) in their natural habitat.


Sithulpawwa Rajamaha Viharaya

You can reach here from Tissa through Yala National Park. (28 km from Tissa) Hundreds of pilgrims visit here daily. It's a beautiful place consisting of hundreds of caves and had been a monastic settlement. You also can see paintings similar to Sigiriya as well as old inscriptions. This 1st Century BC rock temple is believed to have resided by thousands of meditating Buddhist monks during its hey days. The name Sithulpawwa (or Chiththala obatha in Pali) means 'the hill of quiet minds'.


Mulkirigala Rock Temple

From Tangalle you have to travel 16km on Beliatta road to Mulkirigala Rock Temple. You can climb the rock to see the large reclining Buddha statue and many other Buddha statues in caves and also the Dagoba on top of the rock.


Kataragama Temple

Kataragamam temple in Kataragama, Sri Lanka, is a Hindu and Buddhist temple complex dedicated to Skanda-Murukan also known as Kataragama deviyo.


Wevurukannala Temple

The largest seated Buddha statue is 50 m high. An old 8- storey building exists here and you can climb to the top of the building. Inside the building walls are painted to show events of the Buddha's life. There are life size graphics of sinners and the ways of punishing them. You have to turn Dickwella towards Beliatta to reach this spot.


Hot Water Springs at Madunagala

Visitors can reach here from A18 (Pelmadulla - Nonagama road) turning at 66-67 Km posts and proceeding towards Suriyawewa about eleven km.Madunagala Hot Springs is a wonderful creation of nature in all its natural beauty. These hot springs flowed into a natural water hole constructed from stone tanks and basins. Here, the hot water bubbles into the ponds and mixes with water. Warm water flows smoothly into the surrounding basins where visitors can enjoy the soothing water. These are located near the famous Buddhist hermitage at Madunagala.

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   Paragon Beach Resort, #226/4, Udupila, Mirissa, Sri Lanka.

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