Is the picturesque 12th-century Pangarh Fort. The fort overlooks the beautiful Lotus Lake where the local tribal population harpoons fish in their traditional way.
Ailole (129 Kms from Bijapur)
Visit Aihole for a glimpse of the Hindu temple architecture.
Aihole was the first capital of the Chalukyan Empire and
hundreds of temples dot the scenic landscape of this village.
Gulbarga (150 kms from Bijapur)
Gulbarga is known for its association with the mighty Bahamani kingdom. The main attractions of Gulbarga are the Gulbarga fort, the Jama Masjid, tombs of Bahamani kings and the tomb of Hazrat Gesu Nawaz.
Kundalasangama (67 kms from Bijapur)
Kudalasangama is an important pilgrim centre associated with social reformer and poet-saint Basaveshwara of the 12th century.