The fort is in a decent condition and quite close to the beach. There is often maintenance work going on here. Its a small fort which will take maximum 30 minutes to explore all the areas of the fort. There is a watch tower kind of construction in the fort which is the best thing about this place. Its quite a photogenic location. You have to be careful about walking on the edges of the fort at few places as it can be dangerous for three condition in which the fort is.
An well maintained fort by sea side. Still some conservation work is going on. You can climb up the stairs and walk on the ridge. Also you can peep into smaller rooms. Excellent place for photography. This fort has seen a tug of war between Portuguese and Maratha Empire. Excellent place for photography. Also you will find rare branched palm trees here.
A dilapidated near 300 year fort, this was originally built by the Portuguese and subsequently annexed by the Marathas. The ASI is trying to renovate this fort for ages now. Good for a morning or evening trip. You will have good views of the Arabian Sea from the top. There is no entry fee or restrictions here.
Its a small but Nice fort,visited 2nd time for the event of treasurer hunt. View from top of the fort is too good. You will see the mangroves , beach from top view. Fort maintenance to be needed.
If you enjoy historic forts you would love this too.
The location is not that difficult to find below is the latitude and longitude.
It's actually right in the village.
You should visit if you want to enjoy the beauty.
I've shared some photos enjoy.
Mahim - Shirgaon Rd, Shirgaon, Maharashtra 401404
This is a costal of the fort in a better condition close to shirgaon beach. It is about 14 kms from palghar can be reached by public transport from palghar. There is a palm tree inside this fort that has multiple branches which is rarely observed. One can cover this fort along with the kelwa fort and beach in a day.