If you would like to learn more about the history of Brazil, you must visit the Porto Seguro Historical Center. The city is the birthplace of Brazil and is home to the country’s first buildings: three churches and 40 restored buildings that form the village where the country began.
The memorial takes visitors on a journey to the year 1500 and shows them the details of the discovery of Brazil. One of the examples, which you will see there, is a replica of the caravel in which the Portuguese explorers traveled, along with explanations of details of the journey and the way they stored supplies.
Passarela do Álcool
Despite the name, Alcohol Footbridge, during the day it is like an open air shopping center and a tourist attraction which both adults and children can enjoy. There are restaurants, bars and shops selling souvenirs from the city, such as shirts and handicrafts.
Recife de Fora Municipal Marine Park Tour
During full or new moon, you will be able to visit the reefs and natural pools that form in this permanent preservation area. Only 3% of the total protected area is open to the public and visits are controlled to prevent any type of environmental damage.
If you are looking for fun, Barramares has parties both day and night. After dancing all day at its lively kiosks and enjoying a refreshing swim in the ocean, it’s time to get ready for a night out. Luaus with live music and singing, decorated with bon fires and torches take over the beach.
Rio dos Mangues Beach
Also known as Barramares, the beach has sports equipment for rent, from soccer to kayaking and ultralight aircraft. The waters are good for swimming and there are also bars and kiosks.