Fort St. Angelos, Kannur
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Built by the first Portuguese governor of India in 1505, Fort St. Angelos faces the Arabian Sea, offering a sweeping view of Mopila Bay and Dharmadam Island. Check the muzzle-loading cannons and walk through long fat-walled barracks or gunpowder houses. Soak in the tumultuous colonial history of the site, shared between the Portuguese, Dutch, British, and Kerala natives. A fine piece of military engineering, a wall projecting from the fort separates the rough sea and inland water. Overlooking a scenic fishing village, the fort is easily accessible by car and has parking. Add Fort St. Angelos and other attractions to your Kannur trip itinerary using our Kannur trip generator.
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The best thing about this place is that there is no guide or guard to annoy you. The view of the ocean from the for is very nice. There is nothing much to be excited about the place but it sure is a p... read more »
Nice place..#good view..#seaview..very well maintained!and lots of places to click pix!ha ha..its a must visit place once you are in kannur
Try going when the sun won't be too harsh as there's no shade in the fort. Great if you're into history, otherwise you could get quite bored.
At first glance you'd think its not much, but there are a couple and more spots facing the coast where where you could spend the entire day pondering the quotations of life and existence itself. Unfortunately I'd like to keep the locations of these spots a bit anonymous, fortunately you can easily find these spurs off you have an eye for adventure!!!! Highly recommended for the mystic types.
Awesome place and ambience. Sea view is also there. Not recommended to visit under heavy sunlight.
Amith v s
Calm place. Great ambiance. Well maintained and entry also free.
It is known for it's historical importance very nice place and it is a must visit place in Kannur
Calm place with no entry fee. There is however a parking fee of Rs. 20 for four wheeler. The fort is accessible and offers good views and peek into history. When I visited the visitor center/museum was closed, so no comments on that.
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