The coastline of southern Bahia boasts some of the most dazzling beaches of Brazil, featuring crystal clear waters, soft waves, fine white sand, picturesque cliffs, coconut trees, rivers and mangroves in perpetual summer mode.
Arraial d’Ajuda is located in the heart of this beautiful region and was first discovered by the Portuguese in 1500.
The small 18,000 inhabitant-village oozes with charm on account of its exuberant natural beauty, exquisite food and colonial style buildings.
Relaxation and sophistication go side-by-side in this little gem of a place that is replete with a robust infrastructure supporting leisure, gastronomy and tourist services.
Arraial d’Ajuda attracts visitors from all over the world and is considered a meeting point for writers, musicians and artists.