This island just offshore within low-tide walking distance was once the residence of Count de Mauny Talvande, who built his villa here in the 1920s.
Weligama surf season for pro-surfers is from November to April, but you can surf all year. Even in the low-season, you can catch friendlier waves.
This Mahayana Buddhist site has a Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara statue, which is said to have healing powers, is carved into a massive rock-face.
The rescued snakes here range from non-poisonous to highly-venomous. A small Ayurveda centre for snake bites is also available within the premises.
Discover fascinating undersea dive sites in and around Weligama accompanied by experienced diving guides. You can go on night dives too.
This surf beach offers a more serene experience. The entire village of Midigama spans across the stretch of the beach. Kiteboarding is also popular here.