Liliya, a remote village in Gujarat’s Amreli distirct, is surrounded by dams. This village is located in a rocky region. The people of this village rely on agriculture. The fields here are fed by the canals that flow through the village. Some of the important tourist destinations are Palitana, Rajula, Gondal, Bhavnagar and Gir Forest National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary.
Places to Stay
There are no lodges in Liliya. Junagadh, which is 31 km away, provides good budget accommodation for tourists. A few of these hotels are Hotel Vishala (Tariff – Rs.347), Hotel Harmony (Tariff – Rs.704), Hotel Shree Paramount (Tariff – Rs.475) and Picnic Hotel (Tariff – Rs.786).
The languages spoken in Liliya are Gujarati and Hindi.
The most celebrated festivals in Liliya are the Kite Festival in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Holi in March, Janmashtami in August, Ganesha Chaturthi in August-September, Navratri in September-October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Liliya does not have any interesting places. There are a few tourist attractions in the nearby cities. These are Willingdon Dam (32 km), Malanka Dam (25 km), Gir Interpretation Zone (28 km), Kamaleshwer Dam (26 km), Mahabat Maqbara & Jammi Mosque (32 km) and Satadhar (24 km) away from Liliya.
How to Get There
The closest airport is located in Bhavnagar, which is 214 km away from Liliya.
There is no railway station in Liliya. However, the nearest railway station is the Mota Liliya Railway Station, which is 106 km away from this village.
There are frequent private and state-run buses that connect the village of Liliya to nearby cities and towns. GSRTC runs buses daily from various cities in Gujarat to Liliya. Numerous bus booking websites provide bus ticket booking offers, especially during the festive season.