Welcome Sri Lanka

Aura Villa is nestled in a suburb of Aluthgama, Sri Lanka, just 25 meters to the beach and 2 minutes drive away from the Aluthgama railway station. Our Villa provides you an ideal place to relax and discover this wonderful island.

Home Stay

We attend to your personal needs, whether it be a customized diet, a particular mealtime or a late departure. Further, we as your hosts have been travelling ourselves extensively in Europe and Asia and know your needs as a visitor to a foreign place.

Homestay is a unique opportunity to really mingle with the locals and see their life from inside. Museums and historic sites will tell you about history, but present day culture can only be understood by observing the daily routines of locals. Besides a night at a homestay is usually much cheaper than one in a hotel.

As locals, we can provide you with invaluable tips and information from an insider perspective. We can give you tips when to visit the sights the best, where to have lunch or chill out while in Aluthgama city, where to get the best tea or spices or the most economical and practical ways to get from one place to the other.

About Aluthgama

Aluthgama is served by Sri Lanka Railways' Coastal Line. Aluthgama Railway Station is a major station on the line, and is connected to the major cities Colombo and Galle by rail. It is served by the A2 highway, which runs through the town. Welipenna entrance of the E01 expressway is 11 kilometres from Aluthgama and it takes about 20 minutes about 35 minutes to travel via the Southern Expressway from Aluthgama to Kottawa, a suburb of Colombo.Aluthgama is a coastal town located in Kalutara District, Western Province of Sri Lanka. Governed by Aluthgama Urban Council, the town is famous for its Kandavihara Temple. It is approximately 55 kilometres south of Colombo.

Aluthgama is a coastal town in Kalutara District in the Western Province of Sri Lanka.[1] It is approximately 63.5 kilometres (39.5 mi) south of Colomboand 68 kilometres (42 mi) north of Galle. Aluthgama is situated on the southern bank of the Bentota Ganga (River) mouth.


The history of Aluthgama dates back to the 13th century. A messenger poem, "Thisara Sandesha", written in 1366 mentions the beauty of Aluthgama.


Aluthgama is located on the Coastal or Southern Rail Line (connecting Colombo through to Matara). It is also located on the A2 highway, connecting Colombo to Wellawaya. Following the construction of the Southern Expressway (E01) between Colombo and Galle, Aluthgama has become an entrance point to the expressway from Galle Road (A2), via B157.

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