Margao- Mormugao Fort




The Margao - Mormugao Fort trip is the most availed tours from Margao. It is one of the most popular too. The Margao to Mormugao Fort journey is one of the most pleasing and exciting trips.

The Mormugao Fort stands majestically at the entrance of the Margao Port. The 1624 built fort is one of the major tourist attractions of the state of Goa. Close to the Varca Beach, the Mormugao Fort has a valuable inscription on the fort's gate. This inscription includes names of Dom Fransisco Da Gama, King Dom Fillip etc.

The Mormugao Fort has great historical importance attached to it. This has increased its popularity among the history loving people. The scenic landscapes surrounding the Mormugao Fort have added to the tourism potential of the place.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011



     


     

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