Jain Temple in Daman
Known for their beaches and exotic liquors, these twin islands are a tourist's haven for escaping the clamor of usual bsy life. The rich historic past, the faint songs of the anglers, everything in Daman and Diu assists in creating a paradise for one in search of serenity. The forts and churches of the past, and the pubs of today, combine to incite a strange ambience of nostalgia.
This small yet important union territory in India - Daman and Diu - is famous for its beaches and liquors. The forts and churches in the islands drape it in history whereas the pubs in the islands offer the tourists, a vibrant nightlife. The proximity of Daman and Diu from the state of Gujarat and Maharashtra provide these islands an edge over everything. The beautiful beaches and the abundant presence of colonial architecture in the buildings of Daman and Diu make the place a fantastic destination.
Special Features of the Union Territory
To start with, you can visit the Fort of St. Jerome and the Jain temple. The other two principal tourist places include the 17th-century-old Se Cathedral and the Church of Our Lady of Rosary in Moti Daman portraying the Portuguese figures. The Light House, the amusement park and the Gandhi Park are the other tourist places in Daman. The tourists can also try out swimming and water sports at Devka beach and Jampore beach. The lake garden of Satya Nagar Udyan, Zampa Gateway, St. Paul's Church, Old St. Thomas's Church, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Marwar memorial, Jallandhar and Gangeshwar temple are famous tourist places in Daman and Diu. The Nagoa beach in Diu, Gomptimata, Chakratirth and the beautiful Sunset Point are the other renowned must visit beaches.