Goa is the most popular travel destinations in India. One of the prime attractions of Goa are the illuminating forts that tells the History of Goa.
Aguada Fort is one of the most popular forts in Goa. There are two parts of Aguad Fort: Lower Aguada Fort and Upper Aguada Fort.
Lower Aguada Fort is well-preserved structure and very popular among tourists for photography. Every visitors love to click selfie here
Lower Aguada Fort stands overlooking the Sinquerim beach, so also known as Sinquerim beach fort.
The Lower Aguada Fort consists of a bastion and a section of fortified wall on both sides. The lower fort was primarily made for providing a safe cover to Portuguese ships.
Lower Aguada Fort has a protruding portion which leads into to sea and and bisects the shoreline into two.
Another part of lower Aguada fort is a Sinquerim fort view point. Sunset at this place is one of the best in Goa.
Stunning sunset at Sinquerim Beach Fort view point on Annual Blessing Day.
The Upper Aguada fort is a monument to Portuguese construction and engineering. It was built for providing fresh water supply to the ships passing by in the Arabian Sea. It was once the most formidable and impregnable of the Portuguese forts in India
Aguada Fort is a splendid example of the Portuguese military style of architecture. It was constructed using laterite stone.
It is one of those few forts in India that has never been conquered by an enemy.
13 m. high lighthouse is most popular tourist attraction of Aguada Fort.