A luxurious boutique hotel located along the South Western coast of Sri Lanka in Ahungalla and just outside the picturesque southern town of Balapitiya, the Calamansi Cove by Jetwing is a stylish and contemporary holiday destination. The hotel boasts of 12 private residences that are set with a mix of modern architecture and design which is perfect for family holidays or even a romantic getaway. From personalized butler services to roof top terraces, all units comprise of modern conveniences. The Calamansi Cove consists of its own restaurant, bar as well as a swimming pool for guests to relax and soak up the sun.
Located in the beautiful coastal town of Ahungalla, just outside of the fishing village of Balapitiya is the Calamansi Cove which is set on a 2 acre property by the coast. Surrounded by the sights and sounds of a jungle, this beach front property is one of the latest additions to the luxurious vacation spots along the South West coast of Sri Lanka. The Calamansi Cove is located about 20 minutes away from Hikkaduwa and 40 minutes away from Galle. The distance from Colombo is about 80km while the journey along the coastal road takes about 2 hours. The Southern expressway takes you to your destination in less than an hour. Public train and bus services are also available from Colombo to the Balapitiya stations which are a few minutes away from the Calamansi Cove by Jetwing.
The coast adjoining Ahungalla and Balapitiya is always filled with things to enjoy and many places of interest. An interesting activity that you can enjoy includes a boat safari along the Madhu Ganga River where you can witness a number of historical temples, birds, amphibians and a number of mangrove forests which protect the extensive eco system of the area. There is a temple which is located on an island which is of historical significance. A centre for mask making, the town of Ambalangoda and its mask museum will be an interesting trip. If you have more time, make a trip to Galle and explore the Galle Fort which is clearly a visible remnant of the Dutch-Colonial history of Sri Lanka. For the water sports enthusiast, Hikkaduwa is the place to be.