Fish Eye Marine Park
Located in the village of Piti, Fish Eye offers plenty of marine fun for the whole family, including an underwater observatory where you can get up close and personal with life under the sea. They also offer snorkeling tours, dolphin watching and even a Polynesian dinner show!
Two Lovers Point
Offering one of the most breathtaking views on the island, Two Lovers Point sets the stage for a tale of forbidden love between a young Spanish girl and a Chamorro warrior. Visitors can learn more about one fo Guam’s most popular legends, enjoy looking down to the crashing waves 400-feet below and can even leave their own mark on the vibrantly colorful Heart Lock Wall for future visitors to enjoy.
Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledåd
Fort Nuestra Señora de la Soledåd, or simply Fort Soledad, was built in the early 1800’s and was one of the last four Spanish forts of its kind to be constructed. The fort was used as an armory for the Spanish to protect Guam’s shores from unwanted invaders. Years later, explorers would visit the Fort in hopes of finding long-lost Spanish treasure. Today, the Fort is one of the most visited landmarks in the gorgeous southern village of Umatac.
Plaza de España
This Hagatna landmark, built in 1763, has stood the test of time throughout three centuries of Guam’s history. From the Spanish, American and Japanese, to the post-war era, this site has played an important role in official government functions. Although it was damaged during WWII, the structures have been rebuilt and restored to ensure that visitors can enjoy its history for years to come.