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Pousada Mangabeiras

Ilha de Boipeba | Brazil

Small family-run hotel, where there is great attention to detail and great service. A true paradise and an idyllic place to get away from it all!

Location: Pousada Mangabeira is located on the island of Boipeba, in the state of Bahia, Brazil. Overlooking the spectacular bay, it is situated on a hill about 10 mins walk from the beach. Boipeba is a barefoot destination, you won’t see any cars here. The luggage is delivered by carts or wheelbarrows. Pousada Mangabeira is located at the end of the beautiful Praia da Barra beach, where the Inferno river meets the Atlantic ocean. A small village is located about 20 mins walk away where you can find little restaurants with delicious local food.

How to get here: It is a quite long journey to get here from Salvador (about 3-4 hours by road and then by boat), but it is definitely worth the effort and the whole journey is scenic and fun. There is also an option to take a small plane transfer to the island, if you want to speed up the journey! 

Structure: The large swimming pool and wooden deck are surrounded by a beautiful garden with a large variety of local flora and provide an incredible panoramic view of the sea. There are long chairs and tents to sunbath or feel the breeze. The restaurant’s menu offers regional and international dishes, blending local delicacies with refined ingredients in order to provide a truly memorable gastronomic experience. Dinners are accompanied by a wine list and music. The hotel also provides spa services, with different body treatments, massages, and acupuncture.

Why staying here: Pousada Mangabeira  is one of the best places to stay in Boipeba, with an outstanding service and lots of relaxation.

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