Daman is one of the two districts that form the union territory of Daman and Diu, located in western India. Daman and Diu were once separate entities, but in 1987 they were merged into a single union territory. Daman is situated on the west coast of India, bordered by the Arabian Sea.

Daman has a rich historical background and has been influenced by various cultures over the centuries. It was ruled by the Portuguese from the 16th century until it was incorporated into India in 1961. The Portuguese left a lasting impact on the region's architecture, culture, and cuisine.

Jampore Beach
Jetty Garden
Devka Beach Road
Bom Jesus Church
St. Jerome Fort
Moti Daman Fort
Dominican Monastery
Nani Daman Fort
Old Light House
Shree Somnath Mahadev Temple
Church of Our Lady of the Sea
Nani Daman Jetty
Our Lady of Remédios Church
Church of Bom Jesus
Samudra Narayan Mandir
Fort Garden
Old Lighthouse
Moti Daman Jetty
Shree Yogeshwar Mandir
Devka Beach
Mirasol Water Park and Resort
Mirasol Water park
Jain Temple
Vaibhav Water World
Shree Satyanarayan Mandir
Devka Amusement Park
Arjungad Fort