What to Do in Morro de Sao Paulo-BAHIA

Nature frames all programs in Morro de Sao Paulo. On foot or by boat, day or night, the scenarios refer always to the sea and the sky.The walks leading to beaches and historic monuments are also perfect to enjoy the visual and the sunset, since vessels lead to small pieces of paradise. The bustling village night happens in the sand – except on Wednesdays, when it rises to the top of a hill.

Luaus in Second Beach

The democratic program happens every night, turning the sands of Second Beach in makeshift dance floor. The party isn’t over in the morning and, not to be asleep early, rest and get well after midnight.

Dive into the crystal clear waters

The crystal clear waters of Morro de São Paulo and Boipeba make the area perfect for diving. With snorkeling, the best options are the Third and Fourth beaches and natural swimming pool of Moreré, Boipeba. Of cylinder, points are Old and Camboa corals Itatiba and Itatimirim, with 25 metres deep. Morro de Sao Paulo operators offer baptism-dive for beginners.

Teatro do Morro

On Wednesday nights the agito changes of address and happens at the top of a hill, in the middle of a forest. On the stage open to the public for performances by artists in addition to a jam session that brings together natives, residents and tourists. Get to the theatre of the Hill requires disposal – the climb is steep and there’s still a long flight of stairs, but the effort is worth it.

Ilha de Boipeba

Separate from the Tinharé island by the Inferno River, the island of Boipeba 20 kilometers of beaches and coconut-flecked semidesertas. Depending on the proximity to Morro de São Paulo – are just 2 hours by boat – a lot of people spend only the day in Boipeba. The island and its charms, however, deserve to be tanned with calm, at least two days.

State preservation area, the fishing village has no night life of Hill, but keeps the natural pools of Moreré, a real natural aquarium in full on the high seas. The boat rides and hikes lead to beaches.

 

DIVING

The transparent sea and rich marine life make diving a mandatory activity in Morro de Sao Paulo. For those who satisfied only with snorkels and flippers, the natural swimming pool of Third and Fourth beaches are perfect to enjoy the colourful fish.

Already those looking for deeper waters, dive operators offer activities in points as Camboa corals old Itatiba and Itatimirim, with approximately of 25 metres deep. From October to February the waters get even clearer.

On the island of Boipeba, the best spots for snorkeling are the natural pools of Moreré and Tassimirim.

THE BEACHES OF MORRO DE SÃO PAULO

Morro de Sao Paulo has four beaches, side by side. They all have transparent waters and natural pools. The similarities, however, end there. Called by numeric order, store unique characteristics. The first Beach, for example, is of the surfers, that there are good waves and native huts. The second gathers agito, guesthouses tries and kiosks. The third is coral banks perfect for diving, while the fourth is huge, virtually deserted and recommended for those who want to disconnect from the world.

First Beach
Closer to the Center, the first beach is 300 meters of white sand and loose and is full of summer houses and hostels. Most of the tents are of native families that serve typical snacks as sarapatel, sururu broth and mocotó-but if you’re not, it’s good to provide a Bahia tea from Bilberry or Bud of guava before taking a risk with the yams. Only wave Hill Beach, attracts people of the surf, especially in the winter months.

Second Beach
The charming Inns and several kiosks with music are the second most crowded beach of Morro. With 400 meters long and 10 minutes walk from the Centre of the village, has very clear waters and attracts bathers in General, in addition to the classes of the volleyball, footvolley, capoeira and paddleball. The excitement continues at night, when it turns into a scene of luaus and parties that last until dawn.

Third Beach
Separated from Second Beach by Ilha da Saudade, the third is one of the best spots for diving in Morro. On the outskirts of Caitá Island, which sits in front of the beach, there are banks of coral that gather colorful fish of various species. With a kilometer in length, accommodates tents and hostels.

Fourth Beach
Perfect for those looking for peace and quiet, the fourth beach is the most extensive of Hill, with two kilometers. Little frequented, has crystal clear waters and natural pools on one side and coconut on the other track. Is a 20-minute walk from the village centre and is getting more and more deserted as distances himself from the others.

ZIP LINE

The largest zip line of Brazil’s installed in Morro de São Paulo, between the lighthouse and the first beach. Is 340 meters long, starting from a height of 57 meters.

 

TRAILS AND ATTRACTIONS ON THE ISLAND

The tour begins in the Centre of the village and ends at the town of Gamboa, averaging 3 hours-prefer to leave in the morning, when temperatures are milder. The course amid trails the highlights are the panoramic views of the beaches, the cascade Fountain of heaven and the giant bromeliads. Arriving at the fishing village, take a boat to the beach of Ponta do Curral-extensive, with white sand and completely deserted.

Walk to Gamboa with boat ride to Ponta do Curral

A 45-minute trail leads to rustic beach of Gamboa, frequented by fishermen. On the way, stop at the source of the Sky for a refreshing bath. Take the opportunity to enjoy the flora of the region, filled with giant bromeliads. Gamboa’s departing boats to the tip of the Corral, an extensive Beach and completely deserted.

Hiking to the Fort and the lighthouse

The two most important monuments of Morro de São Paulo keep stories and are must-see excursions for the end of the afternoon. The lighthouse, one can see all the beaches of the village. Visual, blue from top to bottom, WINS green intense strokes thanks to immense coconut groves. Already the strong is the meeting point at the time of the sunset. Sitting on the city walls, tourists and locals watch the show, which may still be accompanied by dolphins.

Cultural Attractions

The main historical buildings of Morro de São Paulo, like the lighthouse of Morro and the Fort of the Tapirandu fortress – today in ruins-welcome to tourists as soon as they show on the pier. And visit is mandatory program, once revealing the most enchanting views of the beaches and coconut groves.

Ruins of the fortress of the Tapirandu fortress

Raised in 1630, the Fort of Morro de São Paulo serves this viewpoint to enjoy the sunset. Along their 678 metres of walls, are tourists and natives in the late afternoon that, on lucky days, include the dolphin show. Easy access-just five minutes ‘ walk from the village trail-the ruins are declared as National Heritage sites.

Lighthouse of Morro

One of the most beautiful and panoramic views of Morro is descortinada the lighthouse, erected in 1855. Access is by hiking trails from Aureliano Lima Square, in the course of about ten minutes. Is that largest part of Tyrolean Brazil, with 57 meters high and 340 metres long. The route ends at first beach and the price includes, in addition to breathtaking scenery, a lot of adrenaline.

Church of our Lady of light

Rest point for those who climb the hill coming from the pier, the Church of our Lady of light was completed in 1845. In your interior are relics from the 17th and 18th centuries, as sacred images and altars of Baroque style cedar.

Large Font

Built for water impounding and settling in 1746, the source was the walk to the growth of the village.When your around were built the first colonial houses that today are home to bars, restaurants and inns.

 

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