Introduction to Bahia

As one of the largest states in Brazil, accounting for around 4.3% of national GDP, Bahia is a heavyweight in its own right.  With 1200km of delightful coastline, an average temperature of around 27°C, the area is culturally, visually, historically and economically laden with reasons to invest or to visit.

Not only does Bahia boast the historical foundation of Brazil – Mount Pascoal in the south of the state was the first sighting by the Portuguese in 1500 - it is culturally diverse and replete with tourist attractions.  The tropical location and short flight times from the south of the country ensure that Bahia is the No1 holiday destination for Brazilian people.  Flight times from Spain and Portugal are a little over 8 hours.

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Bahia has the longest coastline in Brazil, around 1,183km, and with At 567,295 km2, Bahia is only slightly smaller than France and is populated by around 14.2 million people, mainly based in coastal locations. The most important city is Salvador, a UNESCO world heritage site, boasting one of the largest collections of colonial architecture in Latin America. 

Other places of major repute include Praia do Forte and the Litoral Norte (the coastal area north of Salvador), Morro de Sao Paulo, Peninsula de Marau, Itacare, Ilheus, Porto Seguro, Trancoso and Arraial d’Ajuda. Bahia also houses the awe-inspiring national park Chapada Diamantina, one of the most beautiful areas in the whole of Brazil.  The two leading upmarket destinations are Praia do Forte and Trancoso.
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