Tourism – forts from the colonial period of Ghana. Ghana does not have many historic buildings. The most interesting ones are forts from the colonial period, preserved to varying degrees. Several of them have been adapted to the needs of tourism, others act as local landfills. Most are along the coast, and also in and around the city of Kumasi. Eldest, the beautifully restored Fort Elminia was built by the Portuguese in 1482 r. The rich folklore also attracts the attention of foreigners, strongly diversified in individual parts of the country and most effectively manifested in various products of handicrafts. For 200 thousand. tourists visiting Ghana annually attraction is also sandy, mostly flat coast with beautiful and empty beaches.