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

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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. Use our Porto Seguro travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to d'Ajuda Beach (dos pescadores ou dos nativos) and other attractions in Porto Seguro.
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  • It seems quiet beach, but is extremely dangerous. We parked our car just behind the restaurant (Nel tent). We travel to the beach to sit in chairs at the restaurant, we were there about 1 hour. In return, our car got broken into (broke all the glass back) and they took all our belongings (my husband's wallet, cell phone and souvenirs that we had bought in the shops of historic centre). Worse, even being near the restaurant, no one heard the blast when they broke the glass. Do not recommend and never going back.
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  • We also pass by her walk from araçaipe, it was early, saw some movement of fishermen, there are places that offer fresh fish, but it was closed, it was in March, there were almost movement.
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  • Pass along this beach walk from araçaipe, toward the Center along the beach, had not heard her name before. It is quiet, little people. Nice view of the boats. Worse, when we wanted to go up to the street "estrada da balsa" cost us find the exit.
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