Itacaré or Itacare beaches are some of the most pristine beaches in Brazil! Itacare is a small town in the state of Bahia in Brazil. Dutch and Portuguese pirates made this beautiful area their place of hiding during its early colonial days.
A sleepy fishing village a number of years ago, Itacare has become a town which depends mostly upon tourism. Itacare beaches offer some of the best surfing in Brazil. The surrounding area is also great for hiking and ecotourism. Praia da Concha is the most popular beach in town and where most of the hotels or pousadas are located.
This spot is great evening location to meet up with friends to listen to music and dance during the summer season. This sleepy little resort town is flooded with revelers during New Year's and Carnival.
Its surrounding area has beautiful, small, cove type beaches and other picturesque beaches that other Brazilian towns can only dream of.
The coastline near Itacaré is a series of beaches and hills with beautiful palms and tropical forest. The region is a perfect setting for eco-adventures white-water rafting, biking, kayaking.
Itacaré is on the edge of the
Atlantic Rainforest Reserve , now designated a World Biosphere Reserve, which contains a large number of highly endangered species as these wonderful little creatures, the Golden Lion Tamarin and the Marmoset! It is one of the last large expanses of Atlantic rain forest left in Brazil.
South of the main village are a host of smaller, secluded beaches, each, separated from the next by steep hills and rocks. You may get to these Itacare beaches by hiking from the trail head down to the ocean.
Most trails are short and enjoyable 20-45 min. walks and you will be pleased with practically unspoiled beaches enveloped in lush Atlantic rainforest. Past Ribeira beach, the first of the more rugged Itacare beaches begin.
Besides more than 20 beaches, Itacare has rivers and waterfalls.
Here is a link to the
most popular and best Itacare beaches or Itacaré beaches .
You can learn to surf at Easy Drop Surf School . This surf school has great reviews! June to September will give you the strongest waves for surfing with waves up to 3 meters or 9 feet high!
• Rest and Relax!
• Take a surfing lesson!
• Canoeing, Kayaking, River rafting.
• Mountain biking
• Paragliding is becoming popular in the area.
• Ziplining anyone?
• The Txai Resort •
Located on Jacarezinho beach, near Itacare, the bungalows and facilities are spread out to offer fabulous views and privacy.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition 2007 was shot from the Txai Resort!
President Sarkosy of France and his lovely wife also stayed here!
This beautiful waterfront resort rated as a 4 star hotel. The Txai Resort has everything a person would want to be pampered!
A full service spa featuring facial treatments, body treatments and beauty services.
It also provides fitness facilities such as tennis courts, health club, outdoor pool, sauna and steam room!
A complimentary breakfast is served every morning or if you wish there is 24 hour room service. A bar, poolside bar and coffee shop as well as two dining venues will make your heart rejoice.
A 24 hour business centre provides complimentary wireless internet access.
The Txai Resort Website shows their various resorts in Brazil.
• The Sao Jose Eco Resort or Itacare Eco Resort •
The beachfront Itacare Eco Resort has private access to one of the most pristine beaches in Itacare. Due to lack of access to this beautiful and secluded beach it is "mostly" available only to guests booked at the resort.
Should you not be registered at the resort this Itacare beach is now only accessible by sea for those not registered at the resort. The Itacare Eco Resort offers a sauna, massage room and fitness center, lounge with TV, game tables, boutique and a delightful natural running water pool.
Hiking trails, waterfalls, cocoa plantations, and lush vegetation create a magnificent setting.
With our fully interactive Itacare beaches map you will be able to easily plan your beach vacation. To enlarge, simply click the square at the upper right corner of the map.