Mapusa tours will take you to the following tourist attractions of Mapusa:
One of the most popular beaches in Goa, the Anjuna beach spells double
whammy for tourists. You can scour the famous Wednesday flea market for
exotic artifacts or search for nirvana during the trance parties held on
full moon nights. The beach is also known for its palm-fringed
The favorite destination for the majority of tourists descending on
Goa. The Calangute beach remains crowded throughout the year and is
unrivalled in terms of popularity. The beach boasts of a bustling
infrastructure with all the basic facilities like banks, foreign
exchange offices, all kind of eateries and medical facilities.
A popular spot on the tour to Mapusa, the Aguada fort is the largest
fort in Goa and the best-preserved till date. This massive fort was
built in 1609-1612 by the Portuguese to foil the attacks of the Dutch
and the Marathas. The four-storey lighthouse inside the fort is the
oldest of its kind in Asia. The Aguada fort now serves as a prison.
Reis Magos Fort
Located in the Reis Magos village, the Reis Magos fort was built by
Sultan Adil Shah in 1490. After the takeover by the Portuguese in 1760,
the fort proved to be lynchpin in the fight against invading armies from
the neighboring states. The Reis Magos church located at the base of the
fort is famous for the colorful 'Festa dos Reis Magos' or the Feast of
the Three Wise Men.