Margao-Aguada Beach




Margao-Aguada beach tour is one of the most popular weekend tours in Goa. Aguada beach is one of the most popular destinations in Goa that attracts tourists from the different parts of the world. The beach is famous for Fort Aguada, which was built by the Portuguese to protect Goa from intruders. One can also come across a lighthouse tower at the center of the fort. The lighthouse was built in 1864 and offers a kaleidoscopic view of the adjoining areas and the sea. Presently, the fort contains the central jail of the territory.

Situated in the northern part of Goa, Aguada beach houses the Fort Aguada Hotel complex. Fort Aguada Hotel complex is an excellent hotel situated on the cliff. The hotel is located around the Portuguese fort. It is constructed in three different parts, including the expensive cottages, the fort and a Goan village. The expensive cottages are located in the upper reaches of the hill. The Fort Aguada Hotel complex is also known to possess a number of cafes. Besides, the Aguada beach is also famous for water sports. One can also buy carpets and a number of other handicraft items at the beach. En route Margao-Aguada Beach tourists can explore the majesty of Goa.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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