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Attention travellers , this fort has been closed by Gov, i.e entry restricted...so dont waste your time to visit there as there is nothing to see...
If you reached there and feel regret then take an autorickshaw and proceed to madh beach,erangal beach or aksa...More
This is a small fort at the end of madh, I visit here very frequently and beside this fort is a small temple of LOrd SHiv known as Killeshwar Mahadev Temple" known and famous for temple first and later for this fort. most peaceful place...More
The Madh Fort was built by the Portugese when they were occupying this part of the world.
Now in the possession of the Air Force, the main fort looks quite impressive from the distance and takes you back into the colonial times. Difficult to enter...More
When I want to go for a short ride on my motorbike away from the Concrete Jungle,
I chose this location as the point of end/ point of return.
Only thing nice to see is the side of the old Fort, the open waters. If...More
Quite a long drive from the city. Be prepared to soak your self completely with the smell of dry fish.
Has an adjoining temple too. You can see Versova across the creek.
It was built by the Portuguese in the 17th century. Nothing significant left...More