The Morro is surrounded by 7 paradisiacal beaches, originally known as I, II, III, IV, and V beach, which is also known as Encanto Beach; beach of Gamboa and beach of Garapoá. At the first beach, visitors can enjoy the view of the island at the top of the canopy, the second beach is the most popular, offers many options for services, and is the one that gives more convenience to the tourist; in the period of high season, is very common in almost all the restaurants and bars of this beach, good live music, and at night, visitors are welcomed by a luau, with several options of drinks, leaving a perfect and relaxed atmosphere for new friends and flirt with beautiful and interesting people of all languages and all tribes. Morro manages to aggregate all peoples, which is an attractive aside.
Besides the naturally stunning place, the Morro de São Paulo, it is fascinating for its important participation in history in the period of Brazil Colony. History that has left a wealth of material and immaterial heritage rich and beautiful, translated into the churches, the lighthouse, cultural manifestations, as the feast to Saint Benedict, in the cuisine with a strong Afro-Indian-Brazilian influence, watered with pepper and palm oil, all this makes it even more special.
For so many attributes, it is one of the most appreciated places and frequented by visitors from several countries, including Brazil. The Morro de São Paulo is an island, which together with the island of Boipeba, Cairú and other 23 islands, makes up the Archipelago of Tinharé, which has the city of Cairú, as the only archipelago of Brazil, being about 60km south of Salvador, near the municipality of Valença-BA.
Because it is an island, direct access is only possible by boats and motorboats that the visitor embarks on the dock of Valença or in the wharf of the Attraction; by catamaran, coming from Salvador; or plane. In the island there is no car, and the luggage transport of the visitors is done by professionals who use the car-taxi. Today, however, there are already vehicles (jeeps, buses, tractors) that circulate along the parallel roads near the beaches, in Zimbo, Campo de Mangaba and in the village of Gamboa.
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