Arraial d'Ajuda a Paradise in the south of Bahia attracts tourists from all over the world and is considered a meeting point for writers, musicians and artists
Arraial dAjuda is a district of Porto Seguro. The small village is characterized by its paradisiacal beaches, lush nature and unique buildings. On the road to the Mucugê river, better known as Rua do Mucugê, there is the largest concentration of shops and restaurants in the region. The architectural style, variety and refinement of its establishments made it nicknamed the "most charming street in Brazil".
It is through it, too, that one has access to the beaches of the region.
Arraial d'Ajuda offers its visitors more than 20 km of beaches. Among them: - Praia de Apaga-Fogo, is the first beach for those arriving from Porto Seguro via ferry. Attended by windsurfers. At low tide the reefs form natural pools. Praia de Araçaípe, sand full of shells, is in front of a private property. Praia do Delegado, is between Mucugê Beach and Araçaípe Beach. Praia do Mucugê, the sea is tranquil because of the reefs that form natural pools. Your visitors can participate in the promoted luaus during the year. Praia do Parracho, with a famous homonymous tent where there are shows, carnivals out of season and university parties. At low tide the wide strip of sand houses all this "galera". It is also very popular with divers. Praia da Pitinga, postcard of Arrail, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil.
There is a piece with tents, right at the beginning, meaning who comes from the village, then "disappears" along with the cliffs and amendment with the Tipe. Praia de Taípe, open sea is isolated by cliffs of up to 20 meters; but nevertheless it has support stalls and car access before the bridge over the Tipe River. In the center of the beach, visitors will find the Blue Lagoon.
Visit the digital tourism guide of Arraial: www.arraialdajuda.tur.br