Anjengo Fort, one of the prime attractions of Varkala, is a tribute to numerous memorable occasions and connections identified with the pilgrim administer in the area. Arranged in the region of Varkala town, the stronghold is accepted to have been built between the seventeenth to eighteenth hundreds of years.
The time of development of the fortification can be assessed by the most seasoned covered grave dating to 1704. By and by, the fortification stays in ruins however remains as a declaration to the way that numerous remote intruders had attempted to catch it for getting a firm balance in Kerala. The name is accepted to be gotten from a little land with five coconut trees, which was given toward the East India Company by the Queen of Attingal on rent.
The little land filled in as a site for building up a gigantic stronghold to help the British in completing ious exchanging exercises. Protected under National Heritage Monuments, the post likewise houses a burial ground that has the mortal stays of the inhabitants of the fortress.