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Attractions in Diu

Diu offers tourists a refreshing holiday. Tranquil sunbathed-beaches, nostalgic churches and forts of Diu offer the tourists a glimpse of the rich local culture and heritage. Diu was a significant trading post in addition to being an important naval base between the 14th and 16th centuries. Later, it was colonized by the Portuguese and remained the same until the year of 1961 when it was recovered by India. In 1987 after Goa's statehood, Diu was made a Union Territory.

When one talks about the Tourist Attractions in Diu, the first name that comes to the mind is of Nagoa Beach. This beach, semi-circular in shape is located in Bucharwada village. At this place, you can have a great time by testing the seat water or enjoying various water sports. Fort of Diu also has a prominent position amongst the Tourist Attractions of Diu. Surrounded by the sea on its three sides, the impressive structure of the Fort of Diu offers a splendid sight of the sea. Tourist Attractions at Diu consist of several other places that travelers should not miss.

Gangeshwar Temple is one such site. This temple, devoted to Lord Shiva, has five lingas amidst the rocks of the seashore. Ghoghla Beach, one of the six stunning beaches of Diu District, also draws heavy footfalls. St. Thomas's Church, now converted into the renowned Diu Museum showcases gothic architecture. It plays host to statues, idols, wooden carvings, shadow clocks in addition to some other vital artifacts that are collected from various sites.

Other Diu Tourist Attractions are St. Paul's Church and Gomtimata Beach.

So, select any one of the many Diu Tour Packages available and book yourself for a tour to Diu at your earliest.


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