Vila Velha, Ilha de Itamaraca

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  • If you like simple things, simple, quiet ride, this is a quite calm and beautiful! Has the Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição, charming, well behind it has a beautiful gazebo overlooking the Crown and to the Santa Cruz channel! In addition to the trail of the Dutch, to the Fort Orange (it's nice to go to guide), there is also a trail to meet the lime kiln, disabled, but saved by your Mavilimdebende, you did your House on top of the oven, you will also come across in this land with a Grapefruit. If you like a good home cooking, simple, with fair price, worth toooo many worthwhile lunch in the Bar of his Rodolfo (homemade beans, seafood, fish stew, chicken giblets, soft crab, fish), all cooked by dona Maria. For me it's worth a lot. Have the shop of handicrafts of Marcos, the guy knows much about Vila Velha, talk with him and enjoy, it's not a luxury, but rather of simplicity, delight yourself with the natural beauty of the place and absorb the simple things of people. Recommend.
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  • Has difficult access, Store and local power has, there is no option to bus private car.
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  • This is for those who enjoy history and a quiet place. The Church of Nossa Senhora da Conceição was built on a French 16TH century fortification. She was open and he looks very simple and cozy, with emphasis on the image in the main altar, brought from Portugal by Queen Mary "the Mad", behind the church a gazebo with a beautiful view to the Crown and to the Santa Cruz channel input. Perfect for relaxing and taking pictures. There's the trail of Dutch if you like (and have preparation) for walks in the Woods, she is virtually the same as the batavi were using in the 17th century. Leaving the main road, who goes to Fort Orange or downtown of Itamaracá, turn left and take a cobbled road of about 7 KM and from there, has a contact with a Brazil almost as it was in the years 1500/1600.
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