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Minimum age of primary renter:18
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Villaggio Orizzonte is in front of Hallelujah Beach and Flamengo Beach
The beach is long, with a large strip of sand, and is a good option for those who want to escape the central riots of Salvador. The waves are strong, but there are also natural pools, where the bath is more tranquil. It is known for its good waves with waves for surfing and its natural pools among the coral reefs at low tide. On site there are also beach huts. We have in front of Point 24 Salva Mar!
Tents and restaurants
Barraca do Loro, is 80 meters from Villaggio Orizzonte!
Aquarius Tent - 100 meters.
Bebe Tent - 130 yards
Pipa Tent - 450 yards
Beach Stop Restaurant - 80 yards
Agda Prime Restaurant - 120 meters.
Supermarket - 150 yards
Multibrand Pharmacies - 150 yards
In front of us at 80 meters we have the surf schools, kite surf, wind surf.
Hammer Fitness Club Gym - 250 yards
Petrobras Club - 150 - meters
Pan American Judo Center - 1,500 yards
Vegetation and Preservation Area
This ecosystem is part of the Atlantic Forest biome and is characterized by sandy and saline soil. The vegetation of Restinga, while fixing the dunes, preventing the movement of sand, in perfect interaction with abiotic factors such as winds, salinity, sediments, also adds a great biodiversity. The vegetal communities are formed mainly by herbaceous and shrub halophytes, also presenting tree extracts.
Among its many ecological functions, this area acts as a thermal barrier, absorbing salinity and cleaning the air that goes towards the city center. The preservation of the place is fundamental to maintain the quality of life and environmental balance in Salvador and its metropolitan region. You can meet this and other curiosities, live, participating in an interpretive trail in Parque Das Dunas
The history of Brazil began in Bahia. Salvador was the first capital of the country until the year 1763. Named at the time of its founding by "Salvador de Bahia de Todos os Santos", the city was discovered by the colonizers in 1510, when a French ship sank in Bahia, bringing on board one of the most important historical characters of the city. Bahian colonization, Diogo Álvares, known as Caramuru. Together with Paraguacu India, Caramuru played an important role within the history of Bahia's colonization. Around 1536, the king of Portugal, D. João III divided the Brazilian lands into Hereditary Captaincy. The owners of the captaincy were called grantees and Francisco Pereira Coutinho gained part of the territory of Salvador, founded at the time as “Arraial do Pereira”. Coutinho was commanded by Arraial, later named “Vila Velha” until 1549 when Tomé de Souza, Brazil's first governor general, arrived. Together with Tomé de Souza, six boats landed in Salvador with an entourage of approximately 10,000 people to set up under orders from the king of Portugal, the city of “São Salvador”. After the government of Tomé de Souza, governed the country Duarte da Costa and Mem de Sá, who had the command of the country until 1572.