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Jallandhar Beach:

Located 1 km away from the town of Diu, Jallandhar is a calm and pristine beach of Diu Island. The beach is named after the infamous demon ruler, Jallandhar, who was slain by Lord Vishnu. Jallandhar Beach is renowned amongst visitors for the Jallandhar shrine. The shrine dedicated to Jallandhar is constructed on top of a nearby hill and bears a large face of the demon lord. A temple of the Goddess Chandrika is situated in the area. Tourists can indulge in leisure activities like sun bathing and various water sports.  A stroll by the shorelines itself is refreshing.


Sea Shell Museum:

This museum situated close to the Nagoa Beach of Diu happens to be the first museum in Asia that showcases the largest number of sea shells. The personal collection of Captain Fulbari is on display at the museum. He was a sailor who spent the greater part of his life collecting sea shells. The Sea Shell Museum is the only museum in the world where sea shells of varying sizes can be seen through magnifying glasses. The museum boasts of an extensive assortment of over 2500 shells. Reading material related to the history of the shells is available in the museum.


Diu Fort:

Located at the entrance to the Gulf of Cambay,the Diu Fort was erected in the year 1535 by the Portuguese during their rule of Diu Island. The fort is a famous historical monument that served as a stronghold to protect the island against the approaching armies of Humayun, the Mughal Emperor. The garrison was continually reinforced by the Portuguese till 1546. The imposing structure of the fort set against the beautiful backdrop of the unending Arabian Sea evokes a sense of awe in the beholders. The fort has two walls; the exterior wall is constructed along the sea line while the interior wall holds bastions with mounted canons and guns. The interiors of the fort are adorned with gardens and pathways. A grand lighthouse is situated at one end of the ancient citadel.


Naida Caves:

The Naidu Caves is a complex system of tunnels with square-shaped steps, located outside the main wall of the Diu Fort, almost 8 km away from the Delwada Railway Junction. Locals believe that the caves were ransacked by the Portuguese to gather building materials for the Fort.


Sunset Point:

The beach at Sunset Point is famous for the breathtaking views of the setting sun the location offers to tourists. The palm-lined beach is a popular spot among visitors for swimming.


Church of St. Francis of Assisi:

This Christian site of worship located within the premises of the Diu Fort is about 8 km away from the Delwada Railway Station. Prayer services are still conducted in the Church of St. Francis of Assisi. The church, built in the year 1593 under the rule of the Portuguese, was the friary of the Franciscans. The church cloister has now been converted into a hospital.


Zampa Gateway:

The Zampa Gateway was built during theMiddle Ages. It is a scenic landmark of the Diu Island. The gateway includes detailed carvings of lions, angels and a priest. The gateway is known for its artificial waterfalls and a chapel erected in 1702, stands opposite the gateway.


Ghoghla Beach:

The Ghoghla Beach is one of the most impressive beaches of the Diu Island, renowned for its sparkling golden sands that reflect the rays of the burning sun. It is the biggest beach in the area and it boasts of a serene ambience and picturesque surroundings. Opportunities for various water sports like parasailing, surfing, sunbathing and swimming are available for adventure enthusiasts. Tourists can avail all the basic amenities via the tourist complex set up at the beach.


Fortim Do Mar:

Popularly called the ‘Fortress of Panikotha’, Fortim Do Mar happens to be an alpine citadel constructed right at the opening of the creek in the Arabian Sea. The stone fortress houses a lighthouse as well as a minor chapel of Our Lady of the Sea. Fortim Do Mar is bound by the endless Arabian Sea on all sides.


Nagoa Beach:

Situated near the old fishing village of Nagoa, Nagoa Beach is a relatively secluded beach in the Union Territory of Diu. Tourists can avail a ferry or the bus from the main town of Diu to reach this unique beach spread over an elongated stretch of 2 km. Visitors looking for some peace and quiet as well as adventurous tourists are likely to enjoy a visit to Nagoa Beach.


Gangeshwar Temple:

The Gangeshwar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, is situated in a village known as Fudam, about 3 km away from the town of Diu. It is a cave temple and is considered to be as old as the period of the Mahabharata. The cave is of religious and historical significance since it is believed that it was the five Pandava brothers who enshrined the five lingams of the Gangeshwar Temple for the purpose of worship.


Gomtimata Beach:

Situated almost 25 km from the main city of Diu, the remote Gomtimata Beach is famous for its silvery white sand. The beach is not suitable for swimming since it does not possess deep waters. It is a great destination for relaxation, sunbathing or strolling along the bank of the Arabian Sea. Tourists who enjoy nature need to visit Gomtimata Beach.