Praia de Santo Antonio

Praia de Santo Antonio, Mata de Sao Joao: Address, Praia de Santo Antonio Reviews: 4.5/5

Praia de Santo Antonio
4.5
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4.5
477 reviews
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262
Very good
155
Average
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Poor
12
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Renata M
11 contributions
Beach and Walking
Mar 2017 • Friends
A small village with an exuberant view. The beach is very beautiful. We stayed at Imbassaí Beach and we went to Santo Antonio walking - 1,5h. Incredible this walking: no many people in the way, the fantastic sea and your mind!!!!!
Written May 18, 2017
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OilyAmerican
Manheim, PA22 contributions
A little bit of heaven on earth
Dec 2016 • Couples
My fiancee took me to this beach back in December '16 and I was simply awestruck by the simple natural beauty of the place. Hardly a soul around, and the weather was perfect.
We found tidal pools to relax in, pristine beaches to walk on, and quaint little beach bars where we could sit and enjoy a cold beverage. Time passed all too quickly that day !
I can't wait to go back again and make more wonderful memories.
Written February 18, 2017
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Fabíola
Campinas, SP170 contributions
Desert beach
Jan 2017 • Family
Wonderful beach, with very few people, even during summer. Good for swimming specially in the low tide.
Written January 11, 2017
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Sany Dutra
246 contributions
Paradise
Dec 2015 • Solo
My favorite beach at Litoral Norte.If you are in Imbassaí,you can take a bus or drive until there around 15 min.There are some tents selling typical food and you can enjoy this beautiful paradise.
Written April 11, 2016
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racheb_10
Sao Paulo, SP90 contributions
Beautiful, unspoiled.
Jan 2016 • Family
Beautiful beach. Requires car to get to. Dirt road to access beach. Good snacks in improvised local people bars by the beach.
Written February 10, 2016
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tom h
Imbassai, BA285 contributions
Beautiful beach, difficult access, problematic conveniences
Jan 2016 • Friends
This is the quietest beach between Praia do Forte and Costa de Sauipe. Great for solitude surf and sea view. You will encounter donkeys and goats from the village. It is a perfect place to be idle. Access is also a little difficult. Follow the signs from the village. Beach access is good for people who like to Hike especially from Costa de sauipe i.e. along the beach to the south west from the resort at costa de sauipe and around the first point there you are! Access from imbassai is a longer 30-45 minutes if you are walking and only try that at or near low tide when the beach sand is firm, a few hours later and you will have only soft sand dunes which will tire you on your trip. So set out a couple of hours before low tide and walk back a couple of hours after. That way your walk will be idyllic coming and going.

Infrastructure is Basic, i.e. modern public sanitation facilities essentially missing. The beach barracas are similarly basic but fun to talk to the owners and have a bottled water or beer, but I have never risked anything other than that.( If you want to eat go to a restaurant in the village, the best known being "Sombra de mangueira" in Diogo which is well worth the trip).
Written February 1, 2016
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Ktkim K
275 contributions
Beautiful
When you arrive there, it is like you are in a movie. This village kept regional life and cultural. All village floor is covered by natural sand. You can see "jegue" walking freely on the "streets". There is one main tend in the middle of the village, where customers from all restaurants eat. Simple people and typical inner beach village. Beach is really beautiful and clean. Not crowded
Written May 22, 2014
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Grazie O
652 contributions
Regional culture preserved
Go to this place, if you'd like to see the real way people live in the inner beach cities of Bahia. This village is a travel to the regional culture. Try the "moqueca" there. Nature and simple life. Beach is amazing.
Written May 14, 2014
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SSAGIGI
Salvador, BA173 contributions
Isolated paradise
May 2014 • Family
This is where you have to go if you want to enjoy something more primitive and less touristy. The beach is beautiful, strong waves and only a walk away from the parking and restaurants. Locals depend on the tourism here and you will find art crafts and local food served in the tiny village. Certainly a place to enjoy peace.
Written May 6, 2014
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sorhol
Helsinge, Denmark354 contributions
Beautiful and quite beach
Feb 2013 • Family
This is really an ideal beach for kicking back. Note that both waves and current can be pretty rough at times.
Also note the perfect walk/run to Imbassai and back make about 12km. Note at low tide the sand is very hard and just PERFECT for barefooted runnig. My all time world wide favourite running strech is an early morning between Imbassai and Diogo (Santo Antonio).
A few good barracas on the beach as well. I do remember some outsanding polvo ala vinagrette
Written October 23, 2013
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