Diu is a beautiful island located near the coast of kathiyawad region at veraval port.
Diu is more popular as a tourist place because of the natural beaches, Bold History, many other attractions and sightseeing.
Top 5 Places to Visit in Diu
Fort Diu, located on the Western coast of India. Portuguese Build this during their colonial rule.
It is now under the administration of Indian government.
The fort cum castle, is said ‘Praça de Diu’ in Portuguese.
It is in the southern part of Gujarat.
It is at the mouth of the Gulf of Khambhat.
It is located outside the city wall of the Diu Fort.
The Naida Caves are a group of interlinked caves constructed by the Portuguese.
Naida Caves is one of the most underrated tourist attractions of Diu but it is as wholesome for an explorer or a history buff as for a photographer.
Naida Caves got their shape eventually after the Portuguese ruled over Diu.
It broke down sections of a huge rock formation that they used for construction.
Interestingly, these caves were formed because of geological irregularities and natural processes over time.
Famous for its pristine beauty and swaying palm trees.
Nagoa Beach in Diu is an ideal and a recommended place for tourists all over the world.
The place is well connected to the resorts.
Hence, it make it easy for the travellers to relax and explore its beauty at the same time.
The beach is full with beautiful palm trees swaying in the cool breeze.
It creates an exotic environment for the travellers to laze around.
The serene beauty of the beach due to its white sands and quiet blue water is worth experiencing and enjoying.
Gangeshwar Mahadev Temple
Temple is Situated 3 km from Diu, Gangeshwar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
The temple has 5 Shivalingas.
It was supposedly laid by the Pandavas during their exile period.
These Shivalingas are situated amidst rocks.
All are washed continuously.
The Golden sand beach undulates into the horizon.
The Arabian Sea laps away at the edge as though imploring the sands to let it find its own beach.
A 16th-century ruin from the Portuguese era, the Panikota Fort was initially a Diu Jail. Formerly known as Fortim-do-Mar.
This fort is a historic structure right in the middle of the seas. Hence, reaching this attraction would need a motorboat or a canoe.