Paradise near you!

The House

Come and enjoy all the luxurious comfort and infrastructure of a beautiful house in front of the beach, with total privacy and comfort amid serene nature and coconut trees of the Bahia coast.
Our little piece of paradise is located at the north end of the Coconut Coast in front of the Costa Azul Sea near the beautiful Mangue Seco, scenery of the famous soap opera "TIETA DO AGRESTE" by the Bahian writer Jorge Amado.

A Place of Unlimited Attractions

The Coconut Beach House of Bahia is the ideal place for those seeking exclusivity, privacy, comfort and refinement in nature.
Here we have the pleasure of enjoying the charms and attractions of a private beach from sunrise to sunset in complete serenity of nature in addition to being able to experience the natural splendors of the region and having the reward of beautiful scenery and mouth-watering cuisine.

 

Easy To Arrive

The Coconut Beach House of Bahia is located near conservation areas of the Tamar project,
An institution dedicated to the preservation of species of sea turtles threatened by extinction.
The property is between the cities of Aracaju-SE and Salvador-BA, and a few kilometers from touristic spots such as Coqueiros, Mangue Seco, Cajueirinho, and Barra da Siribinha-BA.
Coconut Beach House of Bahia is part of a beautiful agricultural estate of organic coconut production, mangaba, cashews, and other typical fruits to a lesser extent, from North-Northeast region of Brazil.

Luis Eduardo Magalhães INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT   (Salvador-BA):
Airport code: SSA

North 173 km on a paved highway known as the linha verde (green line and 14.5 km of dirt road to reach our oasis near the village of Costa Azul.
AIRPORT OF Aracaju-SE:
Airport Code: AJU

South 90 Km on a paved highway and 14.5 km of dirt road.

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Contact: Rafael Cezimbra  |  Phone: +55 71 99611.2000  (WA)  |  Email: rafael@fazendanatural.com.br

 

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