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My family drove around Guam to see the sights and we were just amazed with the breathtaking scenery of this place. It is located on top of a hill just a few meters away from the Magellan monument below. It is best to go there...More
Fort Soledad are the remains of a Spanish fortification. Located atop a steep bluff, the fort provides excellent views of the village, bay and coastline.
Militarily there is a Spanish era guard post and a few cannons. Main reason for the visit is the view.
Not really into historical sites but this place is definitely worth a visit.
In my view, the drive to this location offers beautiful views and you get to see a different side of Guam that is not so crowded and that has mountains and nature....More
This is a must see when touring the island. The old ruins of a Spanish fort are cool and all, but the view is what grabs you. Island beauty at it's best! The history lesson is good, but the island beauty is amazing. There were...More
Remembered visiting here as a child so wanted to come back as a parent. It didn’t disappoint. Not a lot to see but it’s still interesting to walk among 19th C architecture from Spanish Explorer Days and the views are the harbor are gorgeous.
The best preserved of the Spanish forts on Guam, visitors get a great view of the bay and the surrounding terrain. It’s not hard to visualize Spanish galleons dropping anchor here and the crews coming ashore. If you’re interested in the Spanish colonial period than...More
You drive up to a free parking lot. There is an open park covered with green grass . You walk up to the fort , which is the edge overlooking the wide bay area. To the right you see the church , and right next...More
Although turn-off from Highway #2 is poorly marked, it is worth the visit. Spectacular view of west coast, with great view of waves trailing into Umatac Bay. Historical features from Spanish are interesting.