One of most privileged and exclusive destinations in Brazil the Peninsula of Maraú still looks like it did when the Portuguese first landed on the Bahia coast five hundred years ago.
Living in Maraú is like going back to historical beginnings. Whether visiting the hills and the exuberance of its native vegetation, surfing its waves or diving in its natural pools, lagoons, waterfalls, and mangroves. Or, even, becoming familiar with the natives who reverently and lovingly farm the land with their own special culture.
Its forty kilometers of deserted white sand beaches, lush vegetation, warm and crystal clear waters are a stunning delight to everyone.
There are many ways you can come to the same conclusion: this is the perfect place to celebrate life.