In spite of its natural splendor, the western peninsular area of Kalpitiya in the Puttalam region of Sri Lanka is amazingly unharmed by tourism. But for those fortunate enough to holiday there's an overabundance of things to see and do! With the petite close-knit fishing population governing the lives of the local populace, tourists get to experience a real imminent into the life away from the urban. After the night fishing boat voyage, a visit to one of the fish bazaars tenders the chance to prefer the twilight meal direct from the fresh seize! The Dutch fortification and St Peter's Kerk cathedral in the municipality itself are attractive exemplars of Sri Lanka's wealthy history and regal past.