Quinta do Cajú
The Coast of Dendé sprawls to the south of Salvador. Dendé takes its name from a type of palm tree from which edible oil is extracted.
The region is green and along the coast you can find sandy beaches but also blooming headlands.
Some kilometres away (about 80 miles) there is a bay with numerous islands (the three largest ones are those of Tinharé, Cairù and Boipeba.
The particular shape of the coast has lent to the formation of various canals,between the mainland and the coast, rich in wildlife and mangrove plants, which are particularly striking and lush.
Our accommodation is placed in the town of Velha Boipeda, which comes from the name of the island.