Reis Magos is Bardez village near Panaji in Goa. There is also the Reis Magos church.
The fort is older than the other Agauda fort which is nearby.
The river view from atop of the fort is nice. The fort is recently renovated and well maintained since then.
The fort built in late 14th century is surrounded by sturdy laterite walls studded with typically Portuguese turrets. The fort is also used as a prison. The small fort has around 33 guns to defend the fort.
The pavement is dotted with inscriptions, the most important of which, found in the sanctuary, indicated the spot enclosing the remains of Dom Luís de Ataíde, Count of Athoughia, who twice held the position of Viceroy of Portuguese India and Goa.
There’s a room dedicated to Mario Miranda paintings/sketches as well.