Daman Beach

Diu Beach

Diu Beach

Diu is an island of the Indian union territory of Daman & Diu. This island once ruled by the Portuguese; still carries their culture and architecture. Diu has a number of splendid beaches which are secluded and full of natural beauty. If you
visit Diu, you will find a perfect combination of sun, sand and sea.

The lush green of the island, the rushing waves of the Arabian Sea and the golden sandy beaches have made it a perfect holiday destination to the solitude seeking
tourist. Diu is bordered by the Indian state of Gujarat in the north and the Arabian Sea in the south. The entire coast of Diu may be considered as a beach because of it's natural beauty and beachlike shore line. Nagua, Ghoghla,
Jallandar, Gomatimata & Chakratirth these are the beach stretches of Diu which you can visit.

Tourist Office: Diu Tourism www.diuindia.com Tourism Department UT Administration Diu Jetty Diu 02875 252653

 

Safety Note: The pristine nature of Diu will allure the tourist to have at least one round swimming in the shimmering bay. Swimming is fairly safe in Diu. As there are no lifeguards it is better to stay close to the shore. Where it is: Diu is a small island off the Gujarat coast and is separated from the main land by a channel.

It is 430 km south west of Ahmedabad. Journey Route: If you start from Ahmedabad, it is 9 hrs drive. Una is the nearest railhead, Ahmedabad is the nearest airport. Tourist Season: From November to February Accommodations: Hotel Samrat, Cidade de Diu, Hotel Khushi, Sea Village Resort, Pensao Beira Mar, Jallandar Cottages, Circuit House 1, Circuit House 2, Hotel Gangasagar, Rasal Beach Resort, Radhika Beach Resort, Hotel Sea View, Suzlon Beach Resort, Magico Do Mar. Eatery: Magico do Mar, Prato Delicioso at Suzlon Beach Hotel, Riviera at Radhika Beach Resort, Sarovar, Maratha D’Souza, Orignath, Kohinoor, Saraswati,
Apna, Deepee. Beach Activities: Swimming, Watering Activities. Attractions and Sight Seeing : Diu Fort, Churches of St. Francis Assisi, St. Thomas Church, St. Paul’s Church. Shell Museum .

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