Location: Nannai Solar dos Ventos is located just a few meters from Baía do Sueste, on the island of Fernando de Noronha, a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site. The bay has one of the most protected beaches on the island, with a view of the islands of Chapéu and Cabeluda. The Sueste Sea, which is close to the hotel, is transparent and perfect for free diving with turtles and other rich marine life.
How to get here: Fly to the island of Fernando de Noronha (FEN) and take a short 10 min road transfer to the hotel. You might need to take a connecting flight in Recife (REC).
Structure: The 10 spacious bungalows are integrated with the tropical architecture and all give a feeling of warmth and coziness. Each bungalow has a sea view and a large balcony with day beds, sun loungers and a suspended hammock outdoors. The outdoor shower promises a relaxing bath, which has the sky as a witness. Solar do Ventos has no formal reception and the entire guest experience is fluid. The gastronomy is based on seafood, with shrimp, fish, lobster and octopus, with a Mediterranean touch. The recipes have a regional touch, bringing moquecas and dried meat. But there is no shortage of options such as filet mignon and duck. For vegetarians and vegans, the menu is based on grains, vegetables and fresh fruits.
Why staying here: Nannai Solar dos Ventos is a luxury and sustainable boutique hotel. Here you have a feeling of a home away from home, this is a perfect beach house. They care about sustainability by using solar energy, wind generation tower, effluent treatment station, rainwater recycling. The organic garden and orchard are part of this concept.
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This trip will take you to the state of Pernambuco to see the colorful colonial town of Olinda and the spectacular archipelago of Fernando de Noronha, which is only a short flight away from Recife. This trip is a mix of culture and beach relaxation. Olinda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, placed on a hill overlooking Recife and the ocean, is one of the best preserved historic places in Brazil. Fernando de Noronha archipelago, which is also a UNESCO Heritage Site and a National Marine Park, on its turn, with its crystal-clear waters and a rich marine life, has a heavenly underwater system and some of the best beaches in the world.View full itinerary