Winter is the best time to enjoy all of Bekal's natural beauty. Evening breezes in Bekal are always sure to lift the spirits of tourists.
Malik Deenar's grave attracts believers to this Mosque. Massive wooden pillars create a peaceful mosque.
The beautiful temple of Lord Hanuman is located at the entrance of the fort, which was recently renovated.
Another attraction that offers a stunning view of the beach is the Sea Bastion, which is located on the fort's rocky projection.
Due to its height of 30 feet and the circumference of the Arabian Sea, the tower offers breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea's rocky shoreline.
Underground passages are a great part of the fort's design because they connect different parts of the fort to the outside. Two of these, on the other hand, are still whole.
The Bekal Fort is open every day from 8:00 AM to 5:30 PM. The only times this place is closed are on public holidays.
Although tickets cost Rs. 5 per person for Indians and Rs. 100 per person for foreigners.