House, rustic, green area 04 bedrooms, 01 suites, 03 bathrooms, dependence.
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Largest island in the Bay of All Saints.
It has 240km² extension and protects.
Divided in two municipalities, Itaparica and Vera Cruz, the island is 50 minutes by ferry-boat trip when you have a beautiful view of the Bay of All Saints and the city of Salvador.
City of Itaparica - Guard mansions and colonial buildings dating from the 17th and 18th centuries, as the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, the Fountain of Bica, the Chapel of Our Lady of Mercy and the Fortaleza de São Lourenço, place the last battle for independence Brazil. It is there that works until today the only area of the country degaussing ships. It is the scene of João Ubaldo Ribeiro's book, "Long live the Brazilian people."
It has beautiful beaches, a delicious sea bath, a wonderful landscape.
The Itaparica municipality celebrates on January 7, the day of Independence of the city, conquered by its inhabitants in the year 1823. On that day, itaparicanos faced the Portuguese who were on the island and managed to win the fight. To celebrate the date, the municipality prepares celebrations that include the participation of the residents, a civic ceremony and other religious. Can participate in sunrises and masses, car procession of the Caboclo the city and presentations of Guarani, with music and dances, dresses Caboclos Indians, presentations and bands.
Condo Living Water - Near the city center, with access to the small beach and mangrove to the bottom. It has 23 houses, with secure and day / night surveillance structure. It has a game room, sports court, swimming pool, playground.
Great location for those seeking tranquility and enjoys hiking. It is 500 meters from the famous Fountain of Bica - "Eh thin water! Is turning old girl. "
Beside the spout can know the Marina of Itaparica with a beautiful view over the bay of calm, clear waters. exotic corals can still be found near the marina, but permission is required to dive. On site it is also possible to hire boats and schooners for tours Itaparica Island.
From the Marina you can walk on the promenade beside the sea or cycling on the bike path and meet the Itaparica History Center, good option for photos with the mansions of colonial times, with Portuguese tiles, small squares, the Municipal Market where you can buy seafood , crustaceans, fish.
Up ahead is Pracinha Crafts where you can find the ancient Church of the Blessed Sacrament and the Itaparica Crafts Center. Also a great spot to enjoy for sunsets, sit in small bars and ice cream with a beautiful view. Next to the square, in a tiny restaurant "Corner of Daisies" you will find dishes like crab, fish stew and delicious scooter Margarita you can not stop eating.
Following the tour in the city, one can see the beach from the fort, the São Lourenço fort with cannons and the Boulevard with its beautiful trees in the middle of the street and the harmonious blend of modern and old mansions.
The most popular beaches on the island:
Great bar - In front of the village and good infrastructure.
Aratuba - With rock pools at low tide.
Ponta de Areia - With calm sea without waves, white sand and various stalls, among them the Hotel Kirimurê hosts several schooners of tourists every day for lunch. One of the most frequented beaches of Itaparica. On February 2, it happens to Yemanja Party in Itaparica. Besides the maritime procession, a large procession brings offerings to the queen of the sea to the Ponta de Areia Beach.
Tairu - Outlined by coconut trees and reefs.
Rock - where the quiet is guaranteed. Goers are often the owners of luxury homes and only come in the summer. Besides the beautiful view of Salvador, Penha offers rustic kiosks great pride in crab-based recipes.
Cacha-Nails - From where boats leave leading to the region known as Pantanal Baiano. Considered one of the most interesting tours of Itaparica, the tour travels through mangrove swamps and freshwater sources, with a break in Matarandiba Island with palm trees and white sands. For those who enjoy a good party, it is worth visiting the region in the beginning of February, when the celebrations take place at Yemanja Day. In programming, maritime and ax procession!
Gil Bar - The calm sea and the barrier reefs facilitate the octopus fishing and lobster and diving.