Nagoa Beach




Nagoa Beach is located about 7 kilometers from Diu. It is famous for its sun-kissed white sands, crescent shape and enclosing cove.

Nagoa Beach is one of the popular picnic spots in Diu Island. It is known for its unique shoe-shape. Nagoa Beach is also famous for its exotic ambiance and scenic beauty. This palm-fringed beach of Diu Island witnesses a huge tourist traffic throughout the year. Nagoa Beach is characterized by an enclosing cove, white sands and crescent-shape. Located about 7 kilometers from the main town, Nagoa beach is known for its pastoral charm.

Nagoa Beach near Diu Island is a popular destination for beach tours in western India. Tourists can enjoy swimming in the calm waters of the Arabian Sea over here. Sun bathing is another famous activity that is carried on in this beach of Diu. One can also enjoy camel and pony rides at this beach of Diu. Nagoa Beach is, in fact, very popular among the tourists coming to the territory. During the evening, one can come across tourists lazing around the beach.

Nagoa Beach can be reached in about twenty minutes by ferry from the beautiful town of Diu. Tourists planning to spend their holidays in Nagoa Beach can avail the local transport of Diu. Regular buses ply from the old bus stand of Diu, which located near the bridge, to Nagoa Beach.



Last Updated on 26 September 2012

     


     

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