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FROM A GREAT DESTINATION FOR 1500

 

500 years ago, when he landed, I knew that Cabral was a Porto Seguro great find. Since then not only the Portuguese but Dutch, Spanish, Italian, French, Brazilians, people from all corners of world has discovered that 500 years later, Porto Seguro was much better. The little more than an hour's flight from the major national capitals, and served by an air network that connects the destination to the great urban centers of Brazil, Porto Insurance has one of the largest hotels in Brazil, with over 37 000 beds for all tastes and pockets.

Imagine all that in a true ecological paradise, where culture and history bring exciting dives in the past of a place which is the cradle of Brazilian civilization. Beautiful beaches interspersed by rivers, palm trees, Atlantic forest, mangroves, cliffs of magnificent colors and textures, reefs which made this a safe haven. The Historic City, the first housing project in Brazil, home to imposing buildings and valuable pieces of the sixteenth century, especially the Framework of Discovery, brought from Portugal by Gonçalo Coelho in 1503, the Church of Nossa Senhora da Pena, patroness of the city with its tower in all dishes Macao Chamber and the House and Jail, which houses the Museu de Porto Seguro recovered recently reopened by the Roberto Marinho Foundation.

In Porto Seguro, visitors of all ages all have fun and safety guaranteed. Aside from the numerous beaches - clean and unpolluted water and a structure that ensures comfort and security to the visitors - tours schooner, diving, nature trails, Indian reservations, one of the largest water parks in Latin America, with many leisure options, for whom still have breath, Porto Seguro offers exiting nights. At the headquarters of council - yes, because I still have sanctuaries like paradise Arraial, Trancoso and Caraíva - are seething over the points. Each night a beach hut - unlike anything ever seen there - or a house offers a different themed party. From Sunday to Sunday visitors can enjoy a fire on the seafront, fruit tables, concerts and various environments music ranging from ax, through lambada, forro and even a providential MPB.