The home features 4 suites, each equipped with fridge, tv, 2 single beds, air conditioning, dresser, clothes rack, nightstand with lamp and electric shower. All suites have a balcony and the entrance overlook the sea. The house has private deck or dock and therefore has its own access to the sea.
In separate bedroom unit, the house has a fitted kitchen with cooker, fridge-freezer, blender, cookware, dishes, glasses, toaster oven, pots, 1 table with chairs.
The house offers its guests 2 fishing rods, 5 buoys type noodles, 2 sets of masks and snorkels for diving and two hammocks to be armed on the porch.
The property is located in the beautiful cove Site fort where green waters, transparent, warm and quiet make up the visual. Access is by boat or hiking trails.
The Cove Sitio Forte is 12 nautical miles from the village of Abraham his name from the large rock wall in the region. The ends of the inlet develops intense diving and there the ship Pinguino (http://www. Naufragiosdobrasil. With. Br / naufpinguino. Htm) which was sunk in 1967 and is one of the most visited by divers from around the world .
The Cove, which is sheltered from the winds of the southern quadrant of the Big Island, is located between the tip and Aripeba Sitio Forte Ponta Grossa where drumstick Hill descends in gentle slope surrounded by the Atlantic.
With nearly its entire population economically dependent on the fishing industry and tourism, the Cove Ranch Fort houses one of the most active Aquaculture activities of the Big Island. The three main species of shellfish grown in this area are the Mussels, Oysters and Coquilles Saint Jacques (also known as scallops).
A few minutes by boat is possible acançar the famous Blue Lagoon, Green Lagoon, Araçatiba, Saco do Céu, Parish of Santana and many others.
For those seeking a reserved environment and fun for the whole family, the place is perfect. Around the site there are 4 good restaurants and a beautiful springboard at the main pier.
For those who enjoy walking, there are well-marked trails around the island.
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