Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad, Umatac

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Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Designed to be formidable, Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad is a Spanish colonial fortification looking out over Umatac Bay. Built between 1802 and 1819, the fort became defunct shortly after the outbreak of the Mexican War of Independence. You can admire the cannons and crumbling walls as you explore the site, which is now protected as part of a national park. To visit Fort Nuestra Senora de la Soledad on your trip to Umatac, use our Umatac online itinerary planner.
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  • Drive around Guam and you will find so many tourist spots. We found this place accidentally and explore it, there is a clean restroom in the area. May 2019  more »
  • If you visit Fort Neustra Senora de la Soledad, you can see beautiful and colorful sea. You can also see Umatac Villige from there.  more »
  • Interesting stop off point for a quick history lesson of Guam and photo taking as its elevated above sea level. Not as populated as Lover's point and no charges either. worth the stop if you intend...  more »
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  • Great views and location. Make sure you stop and take pictures at the big bridge structure (looks like a fort) before the road goes uphill. When I visit the restrooms were locked also lots of local panhandlers.
  • Super quick spot but worth doing on the drive around. Good view of the port. Interesting history of the Spanish time. There are restrooms on site. A 5 to 10 minute visit unless you want to sit and watch the sea.
  • Best place in Guam! Pretty small but peaceful and beautiful.
  • Easily one of the best scenic spots in Guam. Been here twice in two days - guess that indicates how much I liked this place?
  • There are fantastic views from here, but there isn't much to the fort. Seems more like it was a small artillery battery than anything else. There's reproduction canons but not much else. But do come and visit for the views, especially the village below and across the bay!

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