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History The second smallest Union Territory of India, Daman And Diu has a long history of being reigned by Portuguese rulers. On December 19, 1961, the region was integrated into the Republic of India along with Goa, by military conquest. In 1987, when Goa attained statehood, Daman and Diu was declared as a separate union territory. Despite being seen as one, there is a difference of approximately 650 km between the two cities, Daman and Diu. The union territory has a beautiful blend of Indian and Portuguese culture, which is well reflected in their monuments, churches and tourist hotspots. Attractions Known for its virginal beauty and uncharted terrains, Daman and Diu is the best place to take your mind off the complexities of city life. Carrying the old-world charm, the enclave's cathedrals, citadels and forts go in perfect sync with the natural splendour of sandy beaches and lush parks the territory has to offer. Zampa Gateway and Chapel of Our Lady of Rosary are some of Portuguese wonders that map alongside Indian edifices like Gangeshwar Temple, Gomptimata Temple and Jama Masjid. Build sand castles or play volleyball, enjoy to your heart's content at the sandy shore sides of Nagoa Beach and Devka Beach. Hotels Nestled right below the sandy grounds of Gujarat, the territory has some beautiful properties to offer. These can be found in the amicable township as well as on the pristine waterfront of the area. Making way for an impeccable stay, the region has hotels, resorts, guesthouses and government lodges for its visitors. The beautiful oasis of peace – Silver Sands Beach Resorts Daman, the exclusive Hotel Sea Rock Villa and Hotel Panchmurti, which provides easy accessibility – are some of the finest accommodation options available around the region.