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Pedras de Igatu, Igatu
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  • The small village of Igatu offers a peace and unparalleled beauty. A breathtaking visual and detoxify the senses. Wonderful!
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  • Good ride, especially for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of large cities and want to get in touch with nature, and a pleasant climate.
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  • As we were with rental car, we left early to Lemcois, we went to the enchanted well and then made a way for the little blue one that passed by and Jeanne Igatu. The road to Igatu is surreal, even stone, extremely steep, we had to go in first several stretches with fear of falling; Besides just going on a car at a time, if another has to back up until you have a space ... lol but it was very worth it Yes, the town is very small and beautiful, and there's this place with the camp houses, Church, walls, etc, all made of stone. Access also has a bridge with a river a venatio. I think it's worth even to spend just 1 hour like we did!
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