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This really is well worth a visit, right at the end of the main beach in Candolim. It really is packed full of history& tales of yesteryear . We loved it , but would reccomend having a guide to explain all the stories etc
Most of the people visit Fort Aguada but not many visit the Light House which is just adjacent to fort. After buying the tickets, you need to climb the stairs and reach at the top of light house to get a fantastic view of Fort...More
We visited Fort Aguada by bike and surprisingly on that day the sun was at its peak, even in December. We were quite tired and sweating as we had to walk quite a lot to get to the main area of the lighthouse. The fort...More
Fort Aguada light house is a small light house at the popular Fort Aguada. Given it has a nice move-type charm, it is always crowded especially with young crowd and groups.
The views from the place are average, so the only thing worth being here...More
After 5 trips to this we always find ourselves at this place...info on the Portuguese infiltration all those years ago circa 1700! Some parts feel a bit eerie - especially the locked cages to where - who knows! If you're gonna cycle this be seriously...More
Its a beautiful place, quiet, soothing, very neat and tidy. The problem are the tourists! Please don't bring uninterested children and teenagers there, also this is not a place for you to neck out. Its a part of the history of the state of Goa....More
Its an old lighthouse which is just four to five storeys high adjacent to Fort Aguada. Not very crowded like the Fort itself as most of the people end up going there and very few tourists visit the light house. Its right next to Fort...More