Located about 70 km from the coast in the neighborhoods of the cities of Alcobaça, Caravelas and Prado the Archipelago of Abrolhos is compounded by five islands of volcanic origins: Saint Bárbara, Guarita, Sueste, Siriba and Redonda.
In order to preserve the area, The Marine National Park of Abrolhos was created, forbidding any type of fishing and hunting in the islands. Today the park is fiscalized by the Ibama (Brazilian Institute of the Environment and Resources).
The visit to the Archipelago of Abrolhos is an unforgettable experience!!!
Its hot and crystalline waters, varying between 24C and 28C degrees, hides a great diversity of species of the Brazilian fauna and flora, some of them rare and endemic. The archipelago brings to the eyes a profusion of colors and lights. The boats anchored in the place, allow to the visitor the wonderful sensation to sleep to the deck, with the stars to illuminate the night, together with the lighthouse in the island of Saint Bárbara.
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