Despite being in close proximity tometropolitan cities like Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo and having Salvador, the third’s largest Brazilian city, as its capital, the northeastern state of Bahia is sparsely populated, a blessing in disguise for this beautiful state. The remoteness with hundreds of kilometres of coastline that run along the Atlantic ocean are a heaven for those that come here to search for peace and calm on their holidays. Both domestic and international tourists have fallen in love with some of places in South Bahia and hence, the sales of beach front housesand villas has been increasing rapidly over the last few years. Below, we mention a few paradise destinations where you may want to purchase your own dream villa.
The favourite destination for the rich & famous, this town has invented the “simply chique” lifestyle. Trancosois a UNESCO-protected World Heritage Site of the Discovery Coast of Bahia. This is where the Portuguese explorers set their foot on Brazil and the historic houses on the old square, “The Quadrado” are a silent witness. Trancoso´s iconic beaches include Praia dos Nativos, Coqueiros beach, Taípe beach, Itapororoca and many more. Together with the famous beaches of Ipanema and Leblon in Rio de Janeiro, beach front villa in Trancoso Bahia, have the highest square meter price of any Latin American destination.Trancoso embodies a certain rustic sophistication that captivates style-minded travellers. It’s a favourite destination for jetsetters, who want to get away from it all while still having access to a few fashionable venues for dining and shopping. You’ll also find beachy bohemians, yoga enthusiasts and families among the crowds
Praia do Espelho
Remote and exclusive, this beach is perfect for those looking to buy villas in (even) lesstouristic areas in Bahia without compromising on the rich, golden sand beaches. This coastline is slightly curved and setbetween white cliffs and palm trees. Praia do Espelho, or mirror beach, is consistently voted amongst the most beautiful beaches in Brazil and it is easy to see why.
Founded by Jesuits that arrived in 1549, it´s name is a tribute to “Nossa Senhora d´Ajuda”, a much revered saint in Portugal. Atop a cliff overlooking an enchanting stretch of coastline, Arraiald’Ajuda is a peaceful tourist village with an indisputable appeal. It´s narrow paved roads and dusty lanes with large, shady trees, and beautiful pousadas (guesthouses) and open-air restaurants hidden among the greenery. Solid, brightly painted facades surround its plazas, and the air remains tinged with the scent of tropical vegetation. In the past, Arraial was the playground of the wealthy and an extremely popular vacation spot for well-off Argentinians. More recently, however, a new wave of international backpackers and nouveau hippies have brought a little diversity to the idyllic surroundings.
Time moves slowly in the remote and beautiful village of Caraíva, flanked by the mangrove-lined Rio Caraíva and warm waves of the Atlantic ocean, where roads and cars don’t exist (neither did electricity before 2007). The easy-going atmosphere has long attracted hippies and those looking for a quiet pace of life. Today, there is cell-phone reception, internet access and a stronger infrastructure to support tourism (although you still expect power outages). Surfers, yogis and hipsters have flocked to the tiny town, giving it a nice mix of traditional village and progressive commune.
30 kilometres north of Porto Seguro town and airport, after a 5 minute ferry cross-over, you will find the upcoming region of Santo André and Guaiú. Having become famous after the German football team set up base here during their successful 2014 world cup bid, the region is now expanding rapidly with a private airport, a port and some exclusive resort all under construction. At the same time, the region has one of the largest protected green areas of Bahia and large stretches of fantastic beaches. We expect this area to be a great bet for the future and expect prices to increase very steeply over the coming decade.
All of the above destinations have their specific charmand the many beaches, although different, are equally beautiful. If you’re looking for properties for sale in Trancoso, Arraiald´Ajuda,Espelho, Caraíva or Santo André in south Bahia, contact us today and we’ll find you your dream beach front villa in Bahia!
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