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Coworking, Coliving and Surfing in Itacaré (Brazil)

Coworking & Coliving in Itacaré, Brazil

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Coliving in Itacaré

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Coworking in Itacaré

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Working Remotely in Itacaré

Nestled along the shores of the rainforest in the vibrant northeastern region of Bahia you find Itacaré. A perfect destination for combining surfing and remote work.
Amazing beaches, world-class surf, lush trekking possibilities, and Capoeira as a way of life, although Itacaré offers a very laidback atmosphere there is lots of stuff to keep you occupied.

beach in itacaré
Once you need to stock up on carbs after all the activities the amazing nature offers, the tasty Bahian cuisine will be a treat to your soul. Acarajé and moqueca are part of the local delicacies that you have to try. If you just want a snack or a delicious dessert, there is always a delicious Acaí stance nearby. And there is really never a time that’s bad for Acaí.

itacaré beach
When the sun begins to set you should head up to the point overlooking the bay, this is the place to be in Itacaré during sunset. Grab a Capriniha and mingle with fellow digital nomads, locals, and surfers as the day turns to night. And if you don’t have to wake up for work or a morning surf sesh, the night continues in the lively town center.


Surfing in Itacaré

Beautiful beaches, warm water (no wetsuit needed!), and a wide variety of breaks. Itacaré is definitely one of the must-visits if you're exploring the surf around Brazil. All in all Itacaré has a total of 8 surf spots suitable for everything from beginners to pro surfers.

For more beginner to intermediate-friendly waves Engenhoca Beach is great and also relatively uncrowded if you manage to snag in a sesh before or after the surf schools show up. The beach is a 25-minute bus or car ride north of Itacaré and then a 20-minute beautiful walk through the lush rainforest. At the beach, there are board rentals, a few spots where you can pick up something to eat, and plenty of fun left and right peaks out in the water.

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The most consistent and popular spot in Itacaré is Tiririca. The waves here are fast and at times barreling. Since this beach only is a 10-minute walk from town, it easily gets crowded. Besides surfing this beach is also great for watching surfing, and usually in the evening, there are lots of people chilling on the banks of the beach.

Besides Tiririca and Engenhoca, there are plenty of other breaks to explore. To mention a few you have Boca da Barra (when it's on) one of the longest rides in Brazil, and the stunning Jeribucaçu. It's a 40-minute walk to get to this beach but once there it's absolutely stunning with both lefts and rights.

Surfer on a brazilian beach

Getting There

The closest airport to Itacaré is Ilheus and the closest international airport is Salvador. From Ilheus you can go by rental car, taxi or public transport. From Salvador it's best to take the ferry to Bom Despacho, from there you can drive or take the bus.

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