Albacora Praia Hotel

Address: Rua Francisco de Barros Regis, 155, Japaratinga, State of Alagoas, 57950-000, Brazil | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Rua Francisco de Barros Regis, 155, Japaratinga.
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        Activities

        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge
         

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        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
         

        Travel Blogs from Japaratinga

        Cars, Boats, Bikes, Manatees and One Crazy Lady

        A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 12, 2015

        47 photos

        ... and he was shaken, rattled and rolled the whole way to the car ferry port. Next was a boat across the river and on the other side a rather cool but battered beach buggy was waiting for us. 3 hours after we started our 30 minute journey we were finally there ready to go and see the manatees.

        As expected the entire manatee tour was in Portuguese as foreign tourist really don’t bother visiting these parts and seeing how hard it is to get ...

        Back in Pipa

        A travel blog entry by emily26 on Mar 30, 2015

        19 photos

        ... for a walk into town and had an ice cream in one of the many ice cream shops. I had made plans to see the Argentinian girls later. So meanwhile Nathalie, Chloe and I had a drink in a bar, the music was SO loud so eventually went to the bar opposite. We found the other girls and chatted with them. By this point it was about 2 and Nathalie was tired. I thought I was probably going to go home soon too. I then got talking to a man from Chile and it turned out he owned ...

        Maragogi

        A travel blog entry by emily26 on Mar 29, 2015

        7 photos

        ... sand. It is not a very big town. It has tourist shops, restaurants and a supermarket. It was smaller than Pipa and although the guide book makes out its very touristy it didn't feel like that at all. It seemed much quieter and localised than Pipa. When we arrived Gaston asked me, 'are you regretting coming after that drive.' He thought it was so brave of me to go off with 4 Argentines that I didn't know. He kept asking me in the car if I was ok ...

        Finally an empty beach

        A travel blog entry by eeyore82 on Jan 04, 2015

        16 photos

        ... which is a super small town at a 20 km long bay...all beach! Really nice. So the touristy things to do where walking at low tide for one km through the sandbanks to the reef...quite a beautyful walk with this amazing colour of the water.
        The next day we got in the tourist trap again. They told us to go snorkeling in the natural pools. It was packed with boats and people there and apart from water and some unspectacular fish there was not much to see - but well they kow how to sell it! ...

        Living on the edge, you sometimes fall off!

        A travel blog entry by katepittard on Mar 08, 2014

        15 photos

        ... feeling bold, I tried body surfing with my arms at my sides in pretty big waves. Well, the wave picked me up and plopped me right on my head into the sand. Ouch. I'm ok but it was embarrassing! The scabs took a few day to dissipate.

        Living life on the edge. It was an astoundingly wonderful day, with my accident and all.

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