The Chapel of Our Lady of Rosary and St Paul’s Church are open for visitors. Housing some elegant Portuguese woodwork, these are most definitely worth your time.
If you are curious to see a Portuguese house, you can go to Nagarseth Haveli. However being a private residence, it can only be viewed from the outside.
October to March is the best time to visit Diu . Summers are hot and humid, though early mornings and evenings are pleasant, and of course, the island is less crowded, and hotel prices drop significantly, to attract visitors.
Cuisine on offer
Food available is Gujarati and India, with a sprinkle of Portuguese flavour, as Diu was a Portuguese settlement some 400 years ago. Most local restaurants I visited offered a similar menu. Prices were reasonable.
Diu offers a range of budget to 3 star hotels. Hotels around the beaches are priced higher, however as none have exclusive beach access. Given that one has to travel around the island to see its sights.