Diu is known for its
Portuguese architecture. Diu Fort was built in
1535. There are three Portuguese Baroque
Churches. St. Paul's Church, St. Thomas Church
and St. Francis of Assisi. The nearby Nagoa
Beach is popular recreational area for
parasailing, boating and jet skiling. Keeping
Hotel Apaar as the accommodation point of your
stay in Diu, you can take this opportunity to
visit Sightseeings and Excursions of Diu. Diu
one of India's undiscovered gems where the
sand, sea and sky meet in harmony. Diu is a
paradise of beaches located on the sea coast
off the Gujarat coast, Diu is an erstwhile
Portuguese colony that boasts of several
historical monuments, churches, temples and
other picturesque places that might be of
interest to you during your sight seeing
tours. Diu's biggest attraction, Load Shiva's
Temple is located on the "Gangeshwar" coast
and Panikota and Fort is at a walking distance
from Hotel Apaar. Most of other sightseeings
like churce of St. Francis, St. Paul Churce is
also very near to Hotel Apaar.
Additionally, the high points are the Gir forests and the Somnath Temple that are at a comfortable driving distance from the resort. Horse-shoe shaped, the Nagoa Beach is by far the most famous beach in Diu.
Diu Panikota is a Jail between See. It is very famous and tourist can view this fort at the time of boating. Legend has it that this ship shape structure was one connected with land by an under sea tunnel. You can see this monument in famous bollywood movie "QAYAMAT".
Diu Nagoa Beach
A perfect semi circle beach where the gentle lapping waves beckon you to wade into them for a fun filled time of swimming, gamboling or just lolling around the soft sand shores or to find you napping under the palm trees filled with the soothing breeze.
Diu Sunset Point
Mankind is always observed being relaxed and joyous under the shed of Mother Nature. Diu is a beautiful amalgamation of all the natural elements that are brought together here for the pleasure of men. The sunset point at Diu is a phenomenal location where one can constantly keep gazing the dropping sun that turns to yellow, orange and to red eventually in the backdrop of hoka trees which simply add to the beauty of serene beaches at Diu.
Jallandhar beach Diu
Jallandhar beach is popular for its unbeatable scenic beauty of the water which also has a shrine dedicated to the event where lord Krishna had chopped of the head of demon called jallandhar. The shrine has a carved out stone that exactly looks similar to demon’s face. The temple is built up at the spot where his head fell off. The beach, hence also has a contextual history connected to it making it more interesting and highly visited by visitors.