Duplex com jacuzzi e vista mar


Entire condo hosted by Eliakim

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1.5 baths
Dedicated workspace
A private room with wifi that’s well-suited for working.
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Apartment 89m2, sea view, Wi-Fi included private and covered garage and a beautiful and spacious jacuzzi.
Excellent location with Bakeries, Restaurants, Pharmacies, Markets and all that in the bohemian neighborhood of Salvador, 50m from Largo da Dinha do Acaraje with many bars and excellent nightlife.
Self check-in as of 3 p.m., Check-out until 11 a.m.

The space
Duplex apartment 89m2, wide balcony sea view and a beautiful Jacuzzi.
(*Jacuzzi does not have the heater yet but who needs a heater with the heat of Bahia*😊)
a bedroom suite a sofa bed and an air mattress (which will also be placed in the living room), enough space for all guests.
WiFI with power for home work.
TV and home theater, Laundry, full kitchen, Bed and bath linens,
Gree na sala e no quarto, all as well as super ventilated sao areas.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

Bay view
City skyline view
Public or shared beach access
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Private indoor pool - available all year, open specific hours
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Where you’ll be

Rio Vermelho, Bahia, Brazil

A dip in the history of Jorge Amado

"If it's peaceful, you can come in": visitors are welcomed to the Red House Museum.

Former residence of Baiano writer Jorge Amado and his wife Zélia Gatai, the place is a historical nook that unravels the history and culture of the Baiano people, in a cheerful and poetic setting. Walk through the museum gardens and feel like the protagonist of a Jorge Amado novel.

On Wednesdays, admission is free, and on other days of the week, tickets cost R$20,00 (whole).

As the street is narrow and parking on site is a bit difficult, take the opportunity to stay at Mercure Salvador Rio Vermelho and walk to the museum, it's just a 15-minute walk.

A true Soteropolitan retreat, the Museu da Casa Vermelha is a must-see cultural tour!

Address: R. Alagoinhas, 33 - Rio Vermelho.

An offering to the Queen of the Seas

On the edge of Praia do Rio Vermelho, Casa de Iemanjá is a place that exudes energy and offers a wonderful view of the sea of Salvador.

In a small and simple space, the house holds several images and offerings left for the orixá. It is a place to thank, make requests and get to know a little of the history of Bahian culture.

If you are in the city in February, on the 2nd, the Iemanjá Festival takes place: a ritual in which fishermen take the gifts left in the house to the high seas, asking for plenty of fish and a calm sea.

After the party, a traditional feijoada is served in the Red and concert houses of the region.

Address: located on the beachfront of the Vemelho River.

Experiences involving food in Largo da Mariquita

On the Red River in Salvador, you can also take a real gastronomic tour.

Largo da Mariquita is full of bars and restaurants. From day to night, the space is full of tables and chairs. Some establishments also offer live music.

In addition, there are food stalls, where you can taste acarajé (including that of Cira, one of the most famous in Salvador), tapioca, caruru, cocada, mungunzá and more.

Vila Caramuru: the old Fish Market

Another must-see is Vila Caramuru. There are also many bars and restaurants.

The establishments serve, for example, fish dumplings and shrimp moqueca. And, of course, also enjoy a cold beer and cool off from the heat of Bahia.

The best part is that Vila Caramuru still has a beautiful view of the sea.

Address: Praça Caramuru - Rio Vermelho.

Buracão Beach

Before lunch or even in the late afternoon, how about enjoying a beach?

In that case, we suggest Praia do Buracão. It's right in the middle of the red river.

The extensive strip of sand is perfect for playing with children. The sea is a little hectic, so it is worth doubling the care.

It is also worth mentioning that this beach has some stones in its surroundings, which adds extra charm to the look.

Parish of Sant 'Anna

The Red River in Salvador is also the scene of the Parish of Sant 'Anna.

It was built in the 19th century, and has already been to the São Gonçalo do Rio Vermelho Fort.

Today, the Parish is part of one of the historical heritage of the Bahian capital. So, regardless of your religion, it's too worth a visit.

After all, the religious space is part of the local culture. So, be sure to put this point in your travel itinerary!

Address: R. Guedes Cabral, 143 - Rio Vermelho.

Traditional bars and restaurants in the area

What is also not lacking, in the Red River in Salvador, are several options of bars and very traditional restaurants.

Going through these points is more of an opportunity to explore and enjoy the local culture. Pasta, right? (as the Bahians themselves would say).

So, check out some must-see bars and restaurants:

La Taperia

A destination for those who love the gastronomy of Spain. The restaurant specializes in snacks such as paella and tapas. Ah, you can also enjoy a lot of good live music. How about it?

Address: R. da Paciência, 251 - Rio Vermelho.

Fraternity of France

This restaurant has been around for no more, no less than four decades. The menu has unmissable delights, such as: crab cone, dried meat with pumpkin puree, dried meat, octopus rice and other wonders.

Address: Travessa Lydio de Mesquita, 43 - Rio Vermelho.

30 Seconds Bar

The 30 Seconds Bar is a super lively bar and club, which is perfect for those looking to extend the evening. The house usually has an open bar as well, in addition to cover performances: Oasis, AC DC, Charlie Brown Jr., Cazuza, among others.

Address: R. Ilhéus, 21 - Rio Vermelho.

So, do you know what your chosen Rio Vermelho restaurants and bars will be?

Sunset on the Beach of Solitaire

Patience Beach is a delight. It's a more popular destination among locals, which makes it easier for you to enjoy.

Enjoy not only the beautiful sunset, but also the natural pools that form on the beach and the kiosks, which sell typical foods.

Drinks and sea views at Blue Praia Bar

The Blue Praia Bar is a bar, only in the form of a summer house.

It was built at a slightly higher point, so tourists can contemplate the sea view and the whole beach.

Plus, of course, you can have drinks, cold beers, and snacks. One of the most typical dishes of the bar is the crunchy squid rings with lemon.

Address: Rua Barro Vermelho, 310.

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with smart lock
Not suitable for children (2-12 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
No carbon monoxide alarm
No smoke alarm
Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
Heights without rails or protection

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