Fort San Pedro, also known as Fort Nuestra Senora del Rosario, is situated along San Pedro Drive in the domestic port district. The castle, which was quadrilateral in form and measured 60 by 60 meters, was constructed between 1603 and 1616.
The walls were made from cut-outs of Guimars, bricks, and coral stones found along the Panay Coast. It is about 12 feet high at low tide and 30 feet deep.
Fort San Pedro was founded to defend the city from invaders such as Dutch and Moro pirates who posed a threat to Iloilo. The fort fell into disrepair in the early twentieth century and was completely demolished after World War II.
Fort San Pedro Iloilo is located along San Pedro Drive in the domestic port area of the city. Ride a jeepney or cab going to this destination.
It is best to visit this during daytime, from 8 AM to 5 PM.