Once an armed fortress that belonged to the Portuguese, Fort Tiracol now contently spends its days on a cliff, enjoying kaleidoscopic view of the Arabian Sea and the spectacular estuary of the Tiracol River.
Located on the northern most tip of Goa, it takes one aback with a charming 17th century St. Anthony’s church standing in the center. Tiracol's strength is the simple fact that you are staying in a former defense fort in splendid isolation, with a palpable sense of history all around.
The seven newly renovated rooms and suites are tastefully designed with unique Portuguese and contemporary interiors with all modern amenities and named after the seven days of the week!
2 Suites: Friday and Sunday and 5 Deluxe Double Rooms: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.