The Western Coast does not have vast extending plain lands.


1. Barring the Gujarat Coast, the Western Coast in mostly a narrow strip of land between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats. It does not have any vast plain.
2. The Konkan Coast is full of spur (sliding) extending from the Ghats right up to the coastline. It is a rocky coast, having no vast plain.
3. The Malabar Coast is characterized by sand dunes (small hills), lagoons and backwaters called 'Kayals'. It, too, has small and narrow coastal plains.Thus, the western coast does not have vast extending plain lands.