The village is surrounded by paddy fields. The adjacent Ayila Mudichchi or Akhila Mudichchi hill is another appeal which initiate high range region of the area that extends up to the famous Nelliampathy hills of Palakkad District.
Thiruvazhiyad Narasimha Murthi Temple is another attraction which is known as some of the rare temple of the deity. It is a well known ancient temple situated about 5 km from Nemmara. The temple has one main sanatorium which is dedicated to Lord Narasimhamurthy and besides there is other to Lord Shiva. Lord Narasimhamurthy, the fourth embodiment of Lord Vishnu, is seen in a fierce form. Separate niches are earmarked for the deities of Lord Ganesh, Lord Ayyappa and Goddess Durga. Thiruvazhiyad Koothabhishekam Vela Festival is another major attraction which is held in a nearby Kozhikkadi bagavati temple, celebrated amid much ceremony and splendor, attracts thousands of devotees from far and near. The place is known famous for its Kanyar kali. Though this festival is essentially that of the Nair community, there is contribution and participation from all other communities in these celebrations. The traditional dances start on the auspicious day of Vishu, the first day of the month of Medam according to the Malayalam calendar.
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