Salvador – Bahia

A thrilling centre of Afro-Brazilian life, Salvador is a city is filled with churches, homes and forts that reflect stunning portuguese architecture from the baroque period.

Salvador was the first capital city of Brazil and is also known as the “Happy City”, renowned for its multiculturalism (a thrilling centre of Afro-Brazilian life). Each year, its famous carnival attracts millions of revellers, who parade alongside carnival floats and troupes along the city streets.

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The party atmosphere lasts all year round, in the surroundings of 50 km of gorgeous beaches. There is also a great diversity of cultures and creeds, with more than thirty Catholic churches rubbing shoulders with the sacred rites of the African animist religion known as Candomblé.

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A must-see for all visitors

Beautiful old-world charm – most who come to Salvador certainly visit Pelourinho, also known as “Pelô” to its visitors and people who live there.

Praia do FortePraia do Forte

The ‘Brazilian Polynesia’

Retaining village charm, so much so that it was nicknamed the “Brazilian Polynesia”. Praia do Forte is located north of Salvador on Bahia`s Miracle Coast. The resort town/fishing village site has 12 km of beaches and many leisure options.

Morro de Sao Paulo Morro de Sao Paulo

The little island with crystal clear waters

The beaches of Morro de Sao Paulo do not have names but numbers. It will only go so long: the first, second, third, fourth. One more beautiful than the other. To complete the island – is a village founded in 1535, with a strong and many historic attractions.
Being an island, there is no vehicular access to Morro de São Paulo. Until recently, tractors for garbage collection, transportation of heavy materials, tours to distant beaches and to and from pousadas on the Fourth Beach were the only motorized vehicles allowed. Today however, although vehicles are not permitted on the beaches and main roads, there are buggy-taxis on the roads that parallel the beaches, through Zimbo, Campo da Mangaba and the Gamboa village.

Porto Seguro

Cabral’s first landing

Porto Seguro is the place where Cabral ( the portuguese who discovered Brazil ) first landed in 1500, that makes Porto Seguro one of the most important places in the Brazilian history, and since 1973 is a National Historic Patrimony.

This is such a must-visit location in Brazil that if you are staying in Salvador, Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo for your Holiday . The best ways to travel to Porto Seguro are by airplane or by bus / coach.

Porto Seguro has its own international airport which as well as flights directly into the country from Europe has regular connecting flights to and from Salvador, Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. In fact, Porto Seguro has over 54 domestic flights a week to and from various locations in Brazil.