Tiracol Fort is located in north goa near north of Arambol Beach. The Fort was captured by the Portuguese from the Bhonsales of Sawantwadi in 1746, during the Novas Conquistas. Tiracol was and remains a cheeky Goan toehold in Maharashtra. There is a chapel in inside the fort known as Chapel of St Anthony which is opened when guided tours arrive. But the ramparts afford a spectacular view of the river and the sea.
The Fort has been converted into a hotel known as Fort Tiracol. Hotel suites has an entire battlement and a guard turret as its balcony with a truly splendid view.
Chapora Fort is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Goa. It is located on the Anjuna beach, 10 Kms from Mapusa at Bardez - Goa on the southern headland of the Chapora River. Fort was built in 1717 by Goa's Viceroy to protect Bardez from th