Dangs Darbar
September 23, 2015
Dwarkadhish Temple
January 16, 2016

Diu was a Portuguese colony until it was taken over by India in 1961 and was made a Union Territory rather than as part of Gujarat. The former colony includes the island of Diu itself, about 13km long and three km wide, separated from the coast by a narrow channel. There are also two tiny mainland enclaves. One of these, on which the village of Ghoghla stands, is the entry point to Diu if you arrive through the town of Una.

Places of interest


Diu Town has three churches, although only one is fulfilling its original function. St Paul's,This wonderful old church is suffering serious neglect, with beautiful old paintings slowly disintegrating, but it is still a peaceful place. Nearby is St Thomas' Church, which houses the Diu Museum. There's an interesting collection of Catholic statues. of the island from the Portuguese.

-Portuguese Fort ( DIU FORT) Completed in 1541, the massive Portuguese Fort with its double moat (one tidal) must once have been virtually impregnable, but sea erosion and neglect are leading to a slow but inevitable collapse. Piles of cannon balls litter the place and the ramparts have a superb array of cannons, many old yet in good condition.

-Ghoghla beach

A Sugati’s very own beach is, Ghoghla beach. The Ghoghla Beach is a sandy beach. A tourist complex (Sugati Beach Resort) nearby provides all basic amenities to tourists. It is the largest and gentlest beach of Diu.

The Golden sand beach undulates into the horizon while the Arabian Sea laps away at the edge as though imploring the sands to let it find its own peach. You can do swimming, sunbathing, parasailing, surfing etc.

Diu as the country finest beaches, one can relax at ahmedpur mandvi beach And nagao beach and both the beaches are good for swimming.