Sangamankanda Point (called "Sangamankandy") is the easternmost point of Sri Lanka where the beach is still unsullied and as wide as 100 meters.
A Lighthouse at this Eastern corner of Sri Lanka has been built in 1947 with a height of 25 feet but was destroyed during the 2004 tsunami and only a 15 feet of the light house now remains.
Sangamankanda lies on the Potuvil - Kalmune route and can be identified as a small hillock lying close to the road. But to reach the lighthouse one needs to trespass private property and walk quite a few meters from the main road.
There are also ruins of an ancient Buddhist temple and a newly built Ganesh Kovil on site.