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This is a really awesome place that I would highly recommend. My wife and I came here on a very hot day and were the only ones there. There is not a lot of info but you can see a lot, wander around and just...More
The second biggest Fort in Central America is a impressive building . 32 big rooms , lots of Spanish and some English cannons laying around. Sadly the only attraction in all this empty rooms are the bats. Would be so great if they would use...More
This is a truly beautiful and well preserved fort on the coast of Honduras, For about $5 we rented a local guide who was able to tell us at great length about the history of the fort. The views of the surrounding mountain ranges and...More
The San Fernando de Omoa Fort is a very well preserved piece of Honduras' colonial history. The views of the Sierra de Omoa mountain range from the second level are very nice. The museum in an adjacent building has some interesting artifacts. The grounds are...More
I was taken to visit the fort by some friends from near San Pedro Sula. It is very interesting and in good condition. it took about an hour to walk round the fort and see all the different corners. There is a history of the...More
My husband and I travel to San Pedro Sula Honduras for the first time. We wanted to stay by the water so we rented a car and drove to Puerto Cortes. It is a port city that's more like a little town. The people are...More
Was very impressed and learned much about the pirates and first settlers to Honduras...very pretty and close to the beach and quality seafood stops.
A must see if in the area and not crowded during the week.
This a spanish fortress, famous for it's torture room know as the drop, whereby a prisoner was strap to a stone a water drop kept falling from the ceiling until it perforated the skull and killed the prisoner, so the story says.
The grounds are...More