A spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that called
there, giving it the name "Aguada" (meaning 'water' in
Niwas Or The Cabo Palace
Built in 1540 AD opposite Fort Aguada on the south headland of the
river Mandovi, the Cabo (the Portuguese word for cape) Palace fortress
Chapora fort was built by the Adil Shah of Bijapur on the southern
headland of the Chapora River. It was also known as "Shahpur"
and is now...
This fort near the internationally famous Marmagoa Harbour was built to
protect the harbour situated near the Vasco da Gama town. Its work
North of Arambol, the sinuous coast road climbs to the top of a rocky,
undulating plateau, then winds down through a swathe of thick woodland
to join the river Arondem, which it then follows...