Location: Casa dos Arandis is a rustic beach hotel with lots of privacy and charm, located on the Marau peninsula, between the Coast of Dende and Coast of Cacao, in the state of Bahia, Brazil.
How to get here: , Fly to Ilheus (IOS) and take a 1.5 hours road transfer to the hotel. Coming from Salvador (SSA) is much longer and more complicated, taking around 6 hours in total.
Structure: The hotel has 4 chalets close to the beach. All rooms have air conditioning and cable TV. The bungalows have an iPod dock, minibar, hairdryer and amenities. Casa dos Arandis’ facilities include a sauna, swimming pool with hydro-massage, beach structure with sun loungers and towels and hammocks. Stand-up or surfboard lessons and rental, yoga, spa and massage with meditation. Dinner dinner on the beach is possible to arrange. Gastronomy is a special point at Casa dos Arandis. A team purchases organic products from local producers. The breakfast, is very natural, made od fruits and cereals, artisan breads without gluten, couscous, roasted plantain, egg in the nest, coconut water and açaí. The hotel has a restaurant that serves a lunch buffet and home-made pizza is served on Sundays.
Why staying here: This charming small hotel offers tranquility and comfort. You will have over 40 km of deserted beaches all for yourself, with natural pools formed during the low tide, surrounded by the Atlantic forests, mangroves and lakes. There is simplicity and charm – you come here to do nothing and still feel like it has been the best vacation ever.
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This 07-day guided bike circuit will take you to Costa do Cacau in the south of Bahia, starting in Ilheus. Here, the climate is tropical, with an average temperature of 27 º C year round. The itinerary brings together beautiful nature, history, culture, good gastronomy and biking. Surrounded by the lush Atlantic Rainforest, the region features deserted beaches, rivers, lagoons, clear water waterfalls and a historic heritage of cacao farming, with century-old rural farms. Rocky mountains hide, in their secluded coves, small and delicate fine-sand beaches, sheltered by dreamy coconut groves. Visit historic farms and taste high quality chocolate, learning about organic practices.View full itinerary