It was built when Spain first arrived in the Philippines. It was the earliest military base. Tickets are required to enter this attraction, but it is very cheap, almost 30 pesos. This was once a battlefield, used to resist Japanese attacks during World War II, and the fort on the wall still exists. It can be visited in 30 minutes.
This is the last place on my hike. Because it is located in the Docklands/Bay Area, it is very suitable for me to relax and I can enjoy the breeze here. The ticket here is 30 pesos. The best photo spots are the fortress gate and some ruins/attractions inside. But the inside of the fort is very simple and plain, but inside it is a good place to rest and enjoy the breeze. I came here from about 5 pm to sunset. Representative of Cebu attractions~ Although it is small, it has its historical precipitation and it can be connected with the three attractions of Magellan’s Cross and Basilica of the Basilica of the Holy Child to form a small itinerary (can be reached on foot), so it is recommended that you can go to sea activities or go shopping Another option outside the department store
If you love history this is one place to go on your list. Step back into the old world when you go to this place. in the edge close to beach this fort is over 300 years old. A small fort but very well built. Check out the paintings on the site and learn about Mactan.
good place, worth to watch as if you come to cebu and you dont try to know about its history then its not completed your trip
thus place is very historic place.my daughter enjoy so much..