Fortress of Panikota



Fortress of Panikota is located in Daman and Diu, one of the Union Territories of India. This fortress offers a breathtaking view of Diu Island and its adjoining areas.

Fortress of Panikota is situated near the Diu Fort in Daman and Diu. This fort is also known as Fortim do Mar. Located at the mouth of a creek, Panikota Fortress is a magnificent stone building, which can be reached by a motor launch or a canoe. It is located about a nautical mile from the jetty of Diu. The fortress offers kaleidoscopic view of both the sea and Diu Island.

Fortress of Panikota features a small chapel and a lighthouse. The small chapel of the Fortress of Panikota is consecrated to Our Lady of the Sea. This fortress of Diu helps the tourists to learn more about the socio-cultural vitality of this part of the world. Fortress of Panikota in Diu bears witness to the eventful past of this site.



Last Updated on 26 September 2012

     


     

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