Agat

Overview

Introduction

Agat (pop. 5,656) is one of the two beach sites where U.S. forces landed when they liberated Guam from the Japanese in 1944. Visit Gaan Point, a unit of the War in the Pacific National Historical Park commemorating this event, and the nearby Tailafak Bridge, an 18th-century Spanish bridge. Visit the marina and have a nice sundown drink. 11 mi/18 km southwest of Hagatna.

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