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As ruins go this one well and truly counts a complete-ruin. Virtually nothing left which is a tad disappointing. Access is also a bit bizarre i.e. almost like driving thru a disused industrial complex. That said, once inside the 'fort' the views back into town/out...More
Came here while following the Nevis heritage trail map. Interesting but a shame it's gone to wreck and ruin! Could be a good little stop while visiting if cleaned up and cut back. Nice cannons and view across the bay to Charlestown.
This took some finding as there were no signposts from Charlestown. Don't be put off by the derelict housing estate at the end of the track - the fort ruins are just behind it right on the water's edge. A few walls and some cannon...More
The fort is quite tricky to find, but once you see the blue heritage signs just follow these to the edge of the coast.
Very disappointing to see the area so run down, overgrown and with derelict buildings.
If you wonder around you will see...More
We only came here as our excellent guide Ahmed (869 667 2169) brought us here as he was born on the island.
There is not much to see except the ruins with a little effort could be improved. However the views were spectacular and you...More
This small fort played in integral part in history of not only Nevis, but in the eventual development of the British empire in the Caribbean. However a severe lack of money and resources, means that the ocean is eating away at parts of the grounds...More
Fort Charles in Nevis (confusingly there is also a Fort Charles in St. Kitts), is the ruins of a colonial fort that was built on the top of a rocky point at the south end of Gallows Bay, south of the Charlestown, the capital of...More