Korlai Fort is a Portuguese fortification built in 15th century by the Portuguese in Korlai town, Maharashtra. Korlai village is located on the slopes of Konkan range between Arabian Sea on west and Revdanda back waters on its east. It is about 3 km from the main Mumbai-Murud road and 130 km from Mumbai (Chembur).
The fort is surrounded on three sides by the Arabian Sea and is 1000 mtr. in length and 30 mtr. across. Korlai sea fort is situated atop a hill at a height of 270ft. The Korlai Lighthouse is another attraction under the purview of the Govt. of India. It is built at a height of about 150ft from the sea level and is located on the western base of the Korlai hill. Other attraction near fort is Shiva temple at Kankeshwar which is 13 km from Alibaug.
Korlai Fort can be easily reached by road or can be headed by boat to save time. Korlai is connected by buses to Alibaug, Murud and Roha. Korlai is connected by buses from Mumbai and Pune as well.