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As above. A few old cannons and street vendors selling little wooden boats and paintings. I think there were some unofficial tour guides giving ill-informed unsolicited speeches, then asking for money. It is free and only takes 10 minutes to walk around.
The fort is really nice and a short walk away from the center of town. Not too much to see, but very interesting architecture and great views of the ocean. There is a little path that leads down to the beach that you can take....More
It was storming and raining when we got to the entrance of the fort. The guard had forgotten the key to the gate so we had to enter from the side where the fence was down. The location was strategic and the little view we...More
Not much to say about this place really. It's the remains of an old spanish fort, close to town and an interesting visit with great view and some well preserved cannons. Not much else, go with low expectations and just enjoy this place.