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Galle Fort

La guerra tra Portoghesi, Olandesi e Inglesi

Lo forte di Galle

Distance from Airport : 2 h 17 min
Distance: 151 km

Parlando di città fortificate, nessuna supera in magnificenza Galle, con il suo forte olandese. La città possiede la particolarità di avere un forte proprio sull’oceano ed è anche quello meglio conservato nel  sud-est asiatico. Nominato patrimonio dell’umanità, rappresenta l’essenza del fascino del vecchio mondo, quando le strade principali erano costeggiate da ville coloniali olandesi. L’edificio più affascinante dell’area è l’edificio di culto della Chiesa riformata olandese, che comprende altri monumenti scolpiti e riccamente decorati per la gioia dei coloni olandesi. Se desideri far parte di questo bellissimo posto, essere in sintonia con il suo ambiente coloniale, il forte ospita alcuni fantastici alloggi, tipo boutique, in antiche ville restaurate che evocano la passata gloria coloniale.

Clicks from the our guest Nilla & Co. Tour

15 things to do in Galle Fort
  1. Clock Towe
  2. Main Gate
  3. Sun Bastion
  4. Amangalla
  5. Dutch  Reformed Church
  6. Bell Tower
  7. All Saints Anglican Church
  8. Old Llyod’s Office
  9. Dutch Governor’s House
  10. Old Gate
  11. Zwart Bastian
  12. Court Square
  13. Dutch Hospital
  14. Lighthouse Beach
  15. Lighthouse
Discover other sights around Galle renting a tuk-tuk within half a day

Around Galle

Rumassala Peace Pagoda
You can see this pagoda glittering from Gall Fort. Rumassala Peace Pagoda was built by Japanese Buddhist monks of the Mahayana Sect as a gift to Sri Lanka.
Jungle Beach
One of those "secret" spots it seems everyone knows about, Jungle beach is indeed reached through a tropical forest at the east end of the Galle's Bay
Kottawa Conservation Forest
Discover untouched jungle at this 14-hectare wet evergreen forest about 15km northeast of Galle. You can do simple trekking to spend couple of hours in the nature.
Yatagala Rajamaha Viharaya
Buddhist monastery located very near to world famous Unawatuna with a history of more than 2000 years. The monastery was built by the king Dewanampiyathissa who ruled the country more than 2000 years. There are amazing creations of ancient Ceylonese who made for Buddhist Monks. Buddha statue older more than 2300 years which extremely present most of the emotions of Lord Buddha. That statue is a great example for the stone carving methods of ancient Sri Lanka. The temple is not a very crowd at always where ancient ruins were kept safety. Many Buddhist paints which created 100% natural ingredients add a fantastic thing for visitors. Buddhist monastery consists of giant granite boulders which belong to a rocky garden, there are many archeological facts on this pilgrims site which belong to Buddhist Civilization. In front of the temple fully covered by a huge paddy field a picturesque with a stunning view.