Diu holiday will be a fascinating experience with soft sands, wondrous waters, swaying coconut canopies, captivating churches and fantastic forts. The island of Diu is renowned for its beaches, monuments and exotic liquors. It is the fusion of the nature and history that comes across at Diu. Beaches in Diu promise you a heavenly getaway and serious relaxation away from the humdrum of the daily grind.
A picturesque colony, Diu is a clean, green and stunning island with its medieval magic permeating the town. However, more fascinating are the palm fringed beaches at Diu, which transports you to take fairytale land of sheer beauty and exotic ambience. There are many beaches around Diu Island, with Nagoa and Jallandhar being quite famous for its serene beauty. Both these beaches are on the south-east of Diu Island.
Eye catching Diu beaches attract tourists from all over the world. The remarkable amusement park at Devka beach with its multi colored fountains is worth visiting. Small Kids love being there and on festive occasions the illuminated park is a big draw for people who find this place quite safe and enjoyable.
You may take a pony ride or just wish to play around with the cool waters of the sea. Far away from the madding crowds is the Jampore Beach. The joy of privacy and serenity is best felt at the soft soothing sand of the Jampore Beach. Swimming and picnic at the Casuarinas plantation are ideal plans for holidaying.
Among all other famous beaches in Diu, Nagoa beach draws a special mention. Nagoa beach in the shape of a horseshoe is admired for swimming and other exciting water sports. Vanakbhara beach which is about 5 kms from Nagoa beach is another beach perhaps the quietest with the tenors of civilization yet to knock on its doors.
Other nearby beaches is Chakratirtha beach to the southwest commanding a breathtaking view of the sunset and Bucharwada, to the north. Gomatimala is a secluded white-sand beach to the west and the Simmer beach, 27 kms from Diu town. The Ghogla beach offers good swimming and has impressive views of fishing villages, and fort and churches on Diu Island.
One of the popular beaches in Diu, the Chakratirth beach is a must visit with its open-air auditorium and changing rooms. The landscape gardens and the illuminated hills are a big draw at Chakratirth beach of Diu. The NaGoa beach rolls in the shape of a horseshoe. Here you will throb with the palms like the other tourists. Other popular and worth visiting beaches of Diu are Goghla, Kevdi, Gomatimala. Diu beaches are excellent to explore the other side of you in its tranquil environment.
Diu Island, with its virgin beaches, is 495 km from Ahmedabad and is very well linked by road to chief cities of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Guesthouses and cottages are outstanding accommodation options at Diu. Diu is connected with Mumbai by air its nearest railhead is Veraval.