About Us

Sea Village Resort is located at The Chakrtirth beach, just opposite to the sunset point. It’s a clear unspoiled beach and definitely you will enjoy stunning view of beach. We have 17 Cottages & Restaurant facing to sea, soaring o cean sound. All rooms are having privet balcony. Chakratirth an interesting legend is connected with this place. It is believed that Lord Krishna had killed Jallandhar with his disc or Sudarshan Chakra. In the sea opposite the beach is small hillock known as Bhansalo where the footprints of Lord Krishna are carved in stone. This place can only be approached when there is low tide.


Diu is different. This tiny island linked by a bridge to Gujarat's southern coast is infused with Portuguese history; its major architectural landmarks include three churches and a seafront fort; the streets of the main town are remarkably clean and quiet once you get off the tourist-packed waterfront strip; and alcohol is legal here. If you've been spending time immersed in the intensity of Gujarati cities, or just really need a beer, Diu offers a refreshing break. Despite its draw as a seaside destination, Diu is not a great choice for a beach-centric vacation. Most of its sandy strips are littered with trash, and the throngs of families make them better for people-watching than sun-worshipping. Add in the random drunk-guy factor, and any fantasies you have of a tropical paradise will surely be dashed. Diu, however, is one of the safest places in India to ride a scooter, with minimum traffic and excellent roads, and zipping along the coast with the wind in your hair is a joy. Like Daman and Goa, Diu was a Portuguese colony until taken over by India in 1961. With Daman, it is still governed from Delhi as part of the Union Territory of Daman & Diu and is not part of Gujarat. It includes Diu Island, about 11km by 3km, separated from the mainland by a narrow channel, and two tiny mainland enclaves. One of these, housing the village of Ghoghla, is the entry point to Diu from Una.