The "Vila"

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The town of Morro de São Paulo is a lovely place. After a day at the beach, nothing better than going out at night, by the village. In the square, you will enjoy the Handicraft Market (photo2). Around and Main Street bars, restaurants with varied type of food: pizza at regional / typical Bahian. In addition to shops to buy that gift, souvenir of the place. There are several options.

In the village we also find the history of Morro de São Paulo, as Our Lady of Light Church, the Great Power, the Morro Fortress and Lighthouse (these last two we recommend visiting during the day).

The town of Morro de São Paulo is the central part of all, is full of life and has one of the most beautiful views of the sea, as it is located in the high part of the hill.

On the street the little beach, as the name implies, connects the central square at First Beach. Once called "Prainha Village", is a small street with about 500 meters long, full of bars, restaurants, clothing, decor and souvenirs shops Morro de São Paulo, and is the meeting point of many tourists and locals, is a nice place to be.

The Square Almond (where is located the Hotel Pousada Nature) is so named for its huge and Centennial almond, has a charming square and a beautiful gazebo, and also where is the Church of Our Lady of Light (foto3). It is one of the most welcoming and peaceful corner of the village. From there it is possible to envisage a wonderful sunset, and better yet, enjoy the Anise Restaurant, Hotel Pousada Nature's Own (photo1) with a good background music and savoring your favorite drink, Apart from enjoying the beautiful sea view.
Climbing the Almond Square, you'll find the street from the lighthouse, a path more than a street, it leads you to the Lighthouse Hill, where you can have a breathtaking panoramic view of both sides of Morro de São Paulo, the mainland side (Valencia-Guaibim and next to beaches-first, second ..). Enjoy the lookout lighthouse.

Down the slope, which is at the foot of the church Our Lady of Light, you will find the access to the beaches and the pier Gamboa Morro de São Paulo, as well as the way the fort, which takes you to the ruins of the fort and the pools of "Prainha do Forte", a deserted beach that is only sand at low tide when you can dive in the calm pools formed by coral reefs.

You will love the charming village of Morro de Sao Paulo, their chants and charms!