Mormugao Fort was considered as a standout amongst the most critical waterfront fortresses of Goa. Fundamentally, Mormugao was summed up to be the capital of the Portuguese domain, henceforth the Fort was raised and in 1703 the emissary moved into the town.
Mormugao Fort is nearer to Varca shoreline. The Mormugao Fort is around 10 km in periphery and gloats of having some antiquated articles like 20 ramparts, three magazines, five penitentiaries, a church and quarters for the gatekeepers.
There were two wonderful wellsprings. The Fonte de Malabar kept the illustrious arms and was said to bounce up from a gold mine and the Fonte de Santo Ignacio which had a more unassuming start in a sulfur mine. Today Mormugao Fort offers stunning perspectives of the seascape with just the house of prayer and a fragment of the limit divider standing declaration to its sublime past.