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Balneario Santo Antonio, Goias

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Balneario Santo Antonio offers a break from traveling the rugged highlands of the central Brazilian state of Goiás. This nature club provides campgrounds, 10 different swimming pools, walking trails, and an observation deck looking out over the emerald Serra Dourada mountains. The restaurant cooks up homemade food in a wood stove, and you can opt for a package that includes both lunch and dinner. You'll leave Balneario Santo Antonio refreshed and ready to continue your Brazilian adventure. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Balneario Santo Antonio and many more Goias attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Goias vacation planner.
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  • A dirt road that gives a picturesque haven in the middle of the cerrado. Warm water and lots of nature. The pictures are prettier than reality, but leaves no wish unfulfilled. The mirante da Serra is the icing on the cake. Liked it and my family too.
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  • In the middle of the savanna vilaboense and surrounded by natural beauty was born the Balneário Santo Antonio. Camping and lodgings. Good meal and great site
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  • Go with a lot of sunscreen, are several swimming pools and at lunch the main attraction, ten types of meat, numerous side dishes, have a nice weekend.
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Where to stay in Goias

While obviously lacking the colonial-era elegance of the town's main architectural highlights, accommodations in Goias are an attractive bunch. Colorful, squat hotels and guesthouses, family-run and neatly maintained, remain the most popular option. Dotted around town here and there, they offer a good level of service and a comfortable room for a decent price. Prices rise with proximity to the World Heritage-listed town center, where the location offers characterful views from your room. If on a budget, stay farther from the center: it's all pretty close together anyway, and the charming rusticity extends well past the historical core.
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