Safa Shahouri Mosque is one of the 27 mosques built by Sultan Ibrahim Adil Shah in Ponda. Constructed in the year 1560, it is a small single chambered mosque having a tiled roof.
The original mosque was destroyed in the hand of Portuguese and a new one was built up again. You can reach the main entrance of the mosque by flight of steps.
The outer periphery of the mosque is adorned with a masonry minaret having eight-sided columns. Its platform is surmounted by finials, but many of the columns are missing now. There is a stone water tank adjacent to the mosque, whose walls are supported by underwater arches. The mosque and water tank were flanked by a garden with wide laterite pathways.