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In the charming village, cars do not enter and the transport of the suitcases is done by means of carts. - When crossing the river that gives access to Caraíva, residents are already in position to do this service (Pay separately). In the luggage you can not miss a pair of slippers, essential for walking in the soft sand streets. As electric light has arrived recently, the paths are dimly lit and a flashlight is also a must-have accessory. In high season, the Caraíva natives' association usually set up a sort of information booth, where rides can be scheduled.

Arraial D'Ajuda is a district of Porto Seguro. The small village is characterized by its paradisiacal beaches, lush nature and constructions with a unique style. On the road to the Mucugê River, better known as Rua do Mucugê, there is the largest concentration of shops and restaurants in the region. The architectural style, variety and refinement of its establishments made it nicknamed the "most charming street in Brazil". It is through it, too, that one has access to the beaches of the region. Arraial D'Ajuda offers its visitors more than 20 Km of beaches.

Praia da Pitinga, postcard of Arraial D'Ajuda, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil. There is a piece with tents, right at the beginning, sense of who comes from the village, then "disappears" along with the cliffs and seam with Taípe Beach.

Mirror's Beach is an exotic beach with charming inns, one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil a few Km from Trancoso. The bars and restaurants on the beach offer drinks, fruit juices, snacks, seafood, typical Bahian dishes and other culinary sophistications in a quiet environment with an admirable decoration. Like a full moon night the glittering sea turns into an unforgettable landscape.

It is one of the closest to Porto Seguro. Its waters are not as beautiful as those at the other end of the coast, but a few stalls give an impression of animating the place. It is also close to the lodges and those who stay there have the convenience of just walking a little. Many choose the region for sea sports such as kite surfing and surfing.

Beach that counts on an excellent tourist infrastructure, hosting the great aquatic park of the locality. Its sands extend over a very wide strip, and its sea is quite calm, presenting natural pools warm and transparent.

Parracho Beach, with a famous homonymous tent where there are shows, carnivals out of season and university parties. At low tide the wide strip of sand houses all this "galera". It is also very frequented by divers.

Taípe Beach, open sea is isolated by cliffs of up to 20 meters; but nevertheless it has support stalls and car access before the bridge over the Tipe River. In the center of the beach, visitors will find Lagoa Azul, whose sands are rich in aluminum silicate, which they say are great for the skin.

Square of Trancoso
Square of Trancoso

The Square of Trancoso is one of the most famous and hip places in Bahia. When the town left anonymity and was discovered by hippies in the 1970s, the Square was just the place where the church was in the area surrounded by little houses of residents. Even almost 50 years after it became known nationally, the Square of Trancoso continues to have as its main attractions the Church, with all the sea in the background, and the colorful houses. The big difference is that virtually all houses have ceased to serve as homes and have become famous brand stores and restaurants.

Coqueiros Beach is one of the most beautiful in Trancoso and Porto Seguro. The beach is connected to the famous Square of Trancoso and Praia dos Nativos. As the name already reveals, Praia dos Coqueiros has many trees that make shade for visitors, as well as coconut water. All in a typical Bahian setting found in Porto Seguro.

Natives Beach is one of the main beaches for those who are visiting the village of Trancoso. This is the closest beach to the village and is considered the main town. The beach is known for being very busy and busy, after all the guests of many hotels located around the place enjoy the beach to enjoy the holidays. Fortunately Natives beach has the right climate for any visitor profile.

It is there on the Beach of Bar Rive that is one of the best scenery in the surroundings of Trancoso. On one side, reddish cliffs; on the other, palm trees on all sides. But that is not all. Part of the charm of Rio de Barra Beach is in its admittedly "isolated" character.

The Beach of Itapororoca is an unforgettable experience for anyone. Already at the entrance of the beach we come across something unusual and different: A premier entrance formed by several wooden trunks lined up, forming a rustic corridor that already prepares the tourist for a unique experience. In Praia de Itapororoca you find a region with lots of vegetation and a deserted beach of creamy sand, soft and very soft, ideal for those who want to walk barefoot and enjoy a natural message on the feet.

Tip of Itaquena is one of those strips of sand that are difficult to explore. Located in an area of ​​environmental protection and with access only by quadricycle or on foot, Itaquena ends up being long in the limelight of Trancoso and hardly receives visits from the tourists. Sweetheart among the surfers, Itaquena ends up being restricted to the public who likes waves and also to venture on long walks by the sea. The route, from Praia dos Coqueiros, requires layout and 10 km of walking. Nothing that a few stops in front of the other portions of paradise on the way does not relieve the tiredness.

According to legend, in this little tongue of land that divides the peaceful Buranhém River from the rough waters of the Atlantic, each fisherman left a lit lamp on his way out to fish. On the way back, each one erased his flame, signaling that he had arrived safely. In this way families and friends could know if any of them were still on the high seas, and offer help if necessary. Thus came the name of this small peninsula that extends to the left of the person who crosses the ten-minute route that separates the center of Porto Seguro from the district of Arraial d'Ajuda. With the low tide, starting from Arraial, you can walk to the end of the fire and enjoy another Rio and Sea meeting, this time having as witness the beautiful colonial house of the Passage of Discovery in the center of Porto Seguro . On full moon evenings, the lunar glow reflected in the rugged waters of the Atlantic, is a dazzling spectacle of peace and communion with nature. During the long summer days, the place lends its beauty to nautical sportsmen, who complete the landscape with their sails, boards and colorful clothes.

The beach of the fishermen known as the beach of the Arraial, the natives or the delegate is a beach very popular among the residents of the region, mainly for fishermen, who anchor the boats in their waters. It is the closest beach to the historical center of the city of Arraial. It is a quiet beach and ideal for those who want to sleep under the coconut palms. Its waters are calm and crystalline and it has weak waves. Already the sand is smooth and traces of seaweed are found on its shore. With few beach huts in the sand, it is great for hiking, sand football, volleyball and other sports. In cooking one of the most famous dishes is the fried fish.

The classic village walk is done on fishermen's boats or on speedboats. On the way, stretches of mangroves and part of the National Park of Monte Pascoal. The sunset seen from the waters is considered the most beautiful in the region. For those who like adventure, it is worth going down the river in buoys during the ebb.

Framed by coconut trees, red cliffs and freshwater lagoons, it is semi-deserted and accessible after about 40 minutes of walking (Before, you must cross the Caraíva River, swim or canoe).

The cove combines weak waves and reefs that form natural pools, as well as cliffs and many coconut trees. It is 50 minutes from the beach of Caraíva, after the beach of Satu.