Morro de Sao Paulo

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Morro de São Paulo is a village in the northern tip of the Tinharé island in Bahia. Reachable only by boat or plane, the village has no paved streets or car traffic. There are, however, lots of hotels, pousadas and restaurants, as well as a few ATMs. The island's beaches are nice and imaginatively named First, Second, Third and Fourth beach.

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Top of the hill (morro, in Portuguese), there is a lighthouse and a deck where it's possible to see the sunrise and sunset or you can go to the fort, dating from 1630, besides the island main entrance.

Morro de Sao Paulo Lighthouse

First Beach

Morro de Sao Paulo Fort

Aureliano Lima Square

Morro de Sao Paulo Pier

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Nossa Senhora da Luz Church

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  • Sambass. This restaurant is on the Second Beach. The tables are right on the beach next to the Jamaican restaurant. They have a great atmosphere and good food. Try the red snapper or whatever fresh fish they have that night. Most nights they have live music.
  • O Bacalhau. Another restaurant on the Second Beach with Portuguese and Brazilian food. Try one of the various recipes of cod cooked the way they do it in Portugal or, if you prefer a more exotic experience, the lobster or fresh fish on the grill. Alternatively, try one of the famous moquecas ---the Brazilian stew--- that will surprise you with that mix of flavors that Brazil can offer.
  • Papoula is a restaurant run by its owner, Christina, a German-born woman that offers home-made food. She combines traditional dishes with more international ones. Veggie friendly and excellent prices. Christina is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish, apart from her native German. Rua da Lagoa, 06 (opposite the Mangaba staircase). Tel.: (75) 8215-9010, 9111-7380.
  • Dice 10. Close to Papoula, it offers great dishes and a unique atmosphere. Very good prices.
  • Morena Bela. Close to Fonte Grande, this restaurant is said to have good dishes for meat-eaters.


  • At night, drink stands open up all over Second Beach and there are a few on the Road to the Beach as well. They are all pretty much the same. They will mix in any fruit you want with cachaça or some other spirit. Prices are between R$ 10 and 15, depending on the fruit and the spirit used to make it.


  • Shops line the path from the boat dock past the first beach. There are many clothing stores that sell mostly t-shirts and bathing suits but some also sell skirts and dresses. Be sure to check out the flip-flops. Havaiana and Ipanema flip-flops are very popular. There is also a shop that sells lots of touristy trinkets.

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