South of Rio de Janeiro, the Resort of Rio das Pedras nestles amid lush greenery set at the edge of a long beach in the heart of Brazil's second largest protected nature reserve, the Mata Atlantica.
Discovered by a Portuguese sailor in 1500, Trancoso has lost nothing of its authenticity. Far from the most frequented tourist destinations, with its thatched bungalows, the Resort is a haven of tranquility perched atop superb cliffs.
Amid tropical greenery, home to iguanas and brightly coloured birds, a Resort that combines African exoticism with South American exuberance. A vast array of activities await you on this island, an hour's boat ride from Salvador da Bahia.