Villa Amari B&B Pousada

Private room in nature lodge hosted by Gabriele

  1. 15 guests
  2. 7 bedrooms
  3. 12 beds
  4. 7 baths
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In the middle of a tropical garden in front of the Atlantic Ocean with endless beaches,tranquility and the lush nature of Bahia. Our hostel is focused on green tourism, for those who like nature without dispensing with comfort.

The space
Comfortable suite with fan
Double and single beds
TV and sound room
Restaurant of the first regional quality and Italian family driving
Full breakfast
Therapeutic Massage (Acupressure-Column)
Wooded area with wild animals (click here and see photo)
Access to exclusive beach (beach front/ "sandy foot")
Visiting itineraries around the island
Special Reception for Foreigners
Italian - German - English - Spanish


Itaparica, with 239 km², is the largest maritime island in Brazil. Its area is divided in two municipalities: Itaparica and Vera Cruz. It is located 31.5 nautical miles from Salvador (17 km). In its ocean-facing part, it is surrounded by a great barrier of coral, hence the origin of its name, since Itaparica means "fence made of stones". This barrier makes the beaches on this side calm and with few waves.

The western part of the island, facing the mainland, is a region of mangroves, small fishing villages and private islands. The southwestern part, which can be visited by chartered boat from the beach of Cacha Pregos, is known as "Pantanal Baiano" because it is a true ecological sanctuary, cut by rivers, canals and mangroves, and houses a large fauna, especially the presence of armadillos, pacas, wolves and anteaters.

In Vila de Itaparica, you can visit some historical buildings, such as the Solar da Praça da Piedade, built in the 18th century, the church of São Lourenço, built in 1610, and the Fortress of São Lourenço, built in 1711. In addition, the Parque da Fonte da Bica is the highlight of the village, with a mineral water source considered one of the best in the country. Says the local folk wisdom: "Eta fine fountain, makes vein stay girl".

To visit Itaparica, in addition to the schooner tour, which can be purchased directly at the Salvador Tourist Terminal, in the receptive tour operators and also in the hotels, it is possible to go by ferry, which leaves from the São Joaquim Terminal and takes about 20 minutes, to the maritime terminal of Bom Despacho and from there to the various vehicles (kombis or vans) that make the journey to Itaparica.

Diving. The presence of coral reef and some shipwrecks make the waters of the Bay of All Saints ideal for diving. For this, rent a boat, hire a dive master or take a schooner tour.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 single bed
Bedroom 3
1 double bed, 1 single bed

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Washer
Dryer
Hair dryer
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Where you’ll be

Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil

Tairu' was an ancient village of pascadores and in part it remains because only' here is practiced the Community fishing or fishing of ""slang" a type of net the shape of a funnel a good place to know the real Brazil.

Hosted by Gabriele

  1. Joined in May 2011
  • 38 Reviews
  • Identity verified
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During your stay

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  • Response rate: 80%
  • Response time: within a few hours
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 8:00 AM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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