Juma Masjid is a 1000 year old mosque, situated close to the Arabian Sea, in Thalassery. It is counted amongst the most beautiful mosques of the Kannur District and is believed to have been constructed by Malik Ibin Dinar, an Arab trader. It is believed that Malik Ibin Dinar arrived in Kerala to preach Islam. The mosque represents the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture The premises of the mosque also serve as an Eidgah, a place used for performing namaz on Eid-ul-fitr. The tomb of Kunjayan Musallyar, a major contributor to the Arabic-Malayalam literature, is also located here.