Hotel Praia Dourada

Address: Rodovia Al 101 Norte Km 130, Maragogi, State of Alagoas, Brazil | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rodovia Al 101 Norte Km 130, Maragogi.
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          • Restaurant
          • Swimming pool


          • Free parking


          • Room service

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Maragogi

          Cars, Boats, Bikes, Manatees and One Crazy Lady

          A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 12, 2015

          47 photos

          I suspect that most Brazilians will have never heard of Maragogi and it certainly not somewhere that I would urge you to add to your to-go list. It was a quaint little beach town and served us well for what we needed but as a pair of foreigners with a limited Brazilian Portuguese vocabulary it was a bit frustrating. We had the benefit that the owner of the little Posada we had booked spoke perfect English, but little did we know she was going to be possibly ...

          Back in Pipa

          A travel blog entry by emily26 on Mar 30, 2015

          19 photos

          ... called pizza restaurant that I had always been keen to go in because they had nice looking wine, the Brazilian wine I had tried was sweet and horrid. He had wine from Chile. So I don't know if the flattery about how cute his restaurant looked or what but he invited Chloe and Into come and have a bottle of red wine, it was my birthday after all. He was 29 from Santiago Chile and had been living in Pipa a year. He was interesting to talk to and to find out ...


          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.