Gulf of Kutch

The Gulf of Kachchh (English: Gulf of Kutch ) is a part of the Arabian Sea and lies along the western coast of India in the Indian state of Gujarat.

With approximately 180 km in length, it divides the Kathiawar peninsula from the northern mainland, the Kutch region, now and runs in a northeasterly direction.

Economically, the Golf is used as a natural seaport, especially for the oil industry with the world's largest refinery in Jamnagar. A large oil terminal located in Kandla.