Praia do Lage, Alagoas
At a Glance
Totally off the beaten track beachfront location dotted with huge swaying palm trees - feels very Brazilian
Very tastefully decorated in a shabby chic style with plenty of local Brazilian touches and a cosy atmosphere
Delicious local cuisine - their caipirinhas are superb as well as the moqueca fish stew
Pass through local fishing villages along the way that haven't been spoiled by tourism - you really step back in time here
Lovely swimming pool in the center of the property and plenty of areas to catch some sun and unwind
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Aldeia Beijupira or take a look at our itineraries to Northeast Coast
Aldeia Beijupira is one of Brazil’s best kept secrets, a rustic-chic property of just nine thatched malocas hidden amongst the coconut palms and hibiscus trees of the beautiful Coral Coast.
The villas are all styled after local indigenous tribes, and are equipped with DVD player, home theater, Jacuzzi and bespoke linen on your king-size bed. The service is discreet and friendly, and the food simply sublime – the kind of place where you can enjoy a lingering lobster lunch. The Caium bar is a good place to unwind in the evenings and boasts an extensive wine list.
Take time to explore the mangrove-lined river by boat looking for manatees, go horse riding along the beach, or hire a bicycle to discover the unspoiled nearby villages. The ocean is warm and crystal clear and the reefs form natural swimming pools for you to explore as the tide goes down. If that’s all too much, you can simply doze by the pool with a freshly made caipirinha.
Please note that children under the age of 16 are not accepted at Aldeia Beijupira.
Aldeia Beijupira offers nine separate air-conditioned malocas or thatched villas, with DVD, home theater and Jacuzzi
Aldeia Beijupira features a swimming pool, bar and a restaurant.
Location & Directions
Praia do Lage, Alagoas
The Pousada Beijupira is located near Maceio, on the north coast of Alagoas, in the municipality of Porto de Pedras, on the seafront of Praia slab.
When to go
The Northeast Coast of Brazil has a year round climate. It is constantly stable, rarely under 25C or over 35C, but the wettest months are from March to August. Best time of year from October to March.