Paradise found

Itamaracá is a beautiful and quiet tropical island in NE Brazil, about an hour drive from Recife International Airport. It is connected to the continent with a 600m bridge. A good part of the island is covered with protected forests. However, on the ocean side you can find miles of tranquil white sandy beaches. Watersports’ fans will find plenty of activities on the island, especially Kitesurfers.

Having visited 193 countries, Anthony Asael and Stephanie Rabemiafara, international photographers and Manga Verde Beach Residence Managers and Partners and developers, call Itamaracá one of the most beautiful and peaceful places on earth.

The island is protected by reefs about 3km offshore. It has a population of 21.000, but this number goes more than 20-fold in summer! Though it is a small island, you can still find all basic public services: hospital & maternity, post office, bank, pharmacies, hotels, minimarkets etc.

ILHA DE ITAMARACA, BRAZIL, OCTOBER 2016: Drone photo of sandbanks and Coroa de Aviao on October 12th, 2016 in Ilha de Itamaraca, Pernambuco, Brazil. (Photo by Anthony Asael/Art in All of Us/Corbis via Getty Images)


The island is also a perfect spot to organize cultural visits: Forte Orange, Vila Velha, Olinda (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Igarassu (oldest church in Brazil), Instituto Ricardo Brennand,…

Other activities include sailing, kitesurfing, hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, biking, snorkeling, boat trips, and cultural visits of the island’s heritage.

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