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Reasons to Visit

Morro De Sao Paulo

On the other side of the sound from Salvador, this famous fishing village is the tranquil paradise of swaying palm trees and mangroves, with colourful birdlife and pristine beaches. There are no paved roads and not a car to be seen - instead people wander barefoot on sandy tracks through the village. You can walk in the rolling hills surrounding the bay, with it's ancient fort and lighthouse, while the clear waters of the coral reef make it an ideal place to snorkel and dive.

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in Morro De Sao Paulo

Vila Guaiamu

For those looking for peace, Vila Guaiamú is a simple hotel with seven buildings in the midst of the cool, quiet shade of coc…