Traditionally known for pearl fishing and shipping activities, production of salt and related business, this port city is a bustling town and commercial hub. The place is home to Panimaya Matha Church which attracts large number of pilgrims.
The place is one of the major pilgrim centres of South India. Situated at 40 km from Thoothukudi, this sea-shore temple is dedicated to Lord Muruga.
Situated 56 km to the north of Tirunelveli, the place is known for the Car or the Chariot Festival attracting thousands of people.
Also known as the "Spa of the South", Kutrallam Is located an altitude of 170 m on the Western Ghats and a famous health resort too.
Located on the banks of the Tambraparani River, Tirunelveli was once the capital of the Pandyas. The main attraction of the place is the twin temples of Kanthimathi-Nellaiappar dedicated to Parvati and Shiva respectively.