The Portuguese invasion of Goa saw the construction of many
forts, lighthouses and other structures in the state. Most of
the old forts in Goa are now heritage hotels, including the
famous Fort Aguada. The Cabo Fort is located 9 kilometers away
from Panaji. It looks out onto the Arabian Sea, and is one of
the most imposing structures in the Dona Paula area.
The Cabo Fort Goa, was under Indian, Portuguese rule initially.
The fort came under British rule in the 18th century, and converted
into a prison.
The old convent attached to the Cabo Fort Goa has been converted
to the residence of the Governor. It dates back to 1540, and
is located just opposite the Fort Aguada.
Your trip to Cabo Fort Goa, can be combined with some fun on
the beach. Spend the day swimming in the blue waters of the
Arabian, and enjoy a picnic by the beach, as you gaze upon the
imposing structure of the Cabo Fort Goa.
A tour to the Cabo Fort Goa will give you a chance to get acquainted
with the marvelous Portuguese architecture of the medieval era.
Explore the well and springs within the premises. Enjoy strolling
on the white sands stretching for miles, and watch the rays
of the setting sun cast glowing orange light on the fort.
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who like to visit the various monuments and historic buildings
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