Next we visited fort aguada through our scooty that was approximately one hour away from a hotel.
inner view of aguada fort
Next... Aguada Fort. Aguada fort has quite an interesting history. Check out the link for the details - https://itsgoa.com/fort-aguada/. It was used as a reference point for the vessels coming from Europe at that time, back in 1600's.PS : The Fort is open for visitors everyday. The last timing to enter the premises is 5.00 PM. It closes at 6.00 PM.
About Fort: Fort Aguada is a well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort, along with a lighthouse, standing in Goa, India, on Sinquerim Beach, overlooking the Arabian Sea.Scenic view from the top of the Fort is beautiful. But it requires a little bit of maintenance as they charging an entry fee from the tourist. There is also a lack of facilities for food and drinks, near to the fort. The fort contains a large water storage tank beneath it. The charges for foreigners should be reduced as it is way too high.Also, this place also used as prison cells. But when I visited this place, they were filling up those cells permanently.
First day, We have visited Fort Aguada Fort on the very first day of our trip. This place is calm and beautiful, you can enjoy the view of Sinquerim beach over there. This place is near to both Arpora and Anjuna.