Goa Aguada beach is made special by the Fort Aguada. The Fort Aguada was built by the Portuguese to control the entry of the enemy into River Mandovi and to protect Goa from attacks.

The Fort Aguada is worth a visit to savor the nostalgia of the Portuguese regime, especially in the Lighthouse Jail.

While Fort Aguada is known to soothe your eyes with delightful views of Aguada beach. The beach is frequenlty visited by many tourists.

Tourist flock to catch the magnificent view that it offers of the sea and the beach. Apart from the fort, there are several interesting churches in Aguada, that are worth a visit.

From the ramparts of Fort Aguada you can get a fantastic view of the Golden beaches running right up to the borders of the Indian State Maharashtra.

Aguada beach is almost synonymous with the top-notch Fort Aguada Hotel complex, a superb hotel that is built on the cliff, around the remnants of this early 17th century Portuguese fort.

Although access to the beach is not possible through the hotel grounds which is a private, you can walk along Aguada beach, the hotel consist of cottages on the upper reaches of the hillside, the fort jutting out to sea and a delightful Goan village with individual cottages.

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