d'Ajuda Beach (dos pescadores ou dos nativos), Arraial d'Ajuda

Calm water with small waves and coconut trees await you at d'Ajuda Beach (dos pescadores ou dos nativos). Mostly frequented by locals and natives, this beach has soft sand and is a natural harbor for local fishermen’s boats. There are not many restaurants or kiosks, but you can get some tasty grilled fish. Take a look at our Porto Seguro day trip tool to schedule your visit to d'Ajuda Beach (dos pescadores ou dos nativos) and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Very good quiet beach easy access to shallow sea restaurant good for taking the family take a good walk and enjoy the sea
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  • The beach is well located, nice, have clean water and commercial structure is quite restricted. I parked the car by the entrance to the tent of the Nel, unfortunately tried to break into my car while I was on the beach, if it wasn't for the alarm that went off, they would have stolen everything in your interior.
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  • Beautiful view, clean sand, very quiet, tents with good price and great service, worth knowing
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Where to stay in Porto Seguro

Luxury hotels and beach resorts are the name of the game when it comes to accommodations in Porto Seguro, with many tourists looking to relax and enjoy the coastal atmosphere. Most of these lie a couple of miles north of the city center, pressed up against long stretches of beach. To enjoy the party scene and get close to the best things to see in Porto Seguro, stay in the narrow streets of the old town. However, if the nightlife seems a bit too intense for your taste, consider the plentiful options in Arraial d'Ajuda--a smaller, quieter town just a couple of miles to the south.
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