Hotel Vila GuaiamúAddress: Third Beach, Morro de Sao Paulo
Guaiamu is a mangrove-dwelling blue crab typical of northeastern Brazil and Vila Guaiamú is a coconut farm, which today is a protected area for this species of crab. Aside from the coconut plantation, there is a considerable area of rainforest, and there is still plenty of room for the hotel. The rooms, distributed throughout a vast garden, are sometimes so far from each other that there seems to be no neighbors. It's a very quiet place, however it is very close to the village and Second Beach. In less than a 15 minute walk, you will be in the most important places of the village and also on the neighboring beaches. The rooms are very comfortable, and the common area is interestingly decorated, offering a naturalistic touch.
Located at the sands of the Third Beach, right in the middle of the beach, just 15 minutes walking from the main square.
By boat: Catamaran boats from Biotur company, coming from Salvador, will drop you off at the Morro de São Paulo pier. Boats coming from Valença city drop you off at the same pier.
From Morro de São Paulo pier: Walk to the Vila Guaiamú, on the Third Beach (about 20 minutes).
By plane: Leaving the International Airport of Salvador Axé Aero Taxi is the company responsible for making the trip to Morro de São Paulo. The landing is in the airstrip at Third Beach. From there to the hotel you walk about 5 minutes, and, if you want, there are people there to help with the luggage.