Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledad is a Spanish-era fortification overlooking Umatac Bay. The picturesque spot offers a step back in time with replica canons and ruined bunkers. Sweeping views of the southern mountains offer a glimpse of Umatac Bridge and Magellan’s (disputed) Landing just across the bay.
The bridge dates not back to the Spanish times, as visitors often assume, but to the 1980s under the helm of Governor Ricardo J. Bordallo.
Carabao rides are sometimes offered at Fort Soledad.
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