Mangue Seco

Mangue Seco is a place on the border of the State of Bahia to Sergipe in Brazil and belongs to the district ( municipality ) of Jandaíra. The place is located in the delta of the river Rio Real and 242 km from Salvador da Bahia removed. The place is accessible via the endpoint of the Linha Verde.

Previously Mangue Seco was a fishing village, which can only be reached by a passenger boat service from the other bank of the river from the place Pontal from the State of Sergipe, or is with a buggy on the wide sandy beach at low tide from the Costa Azul, which about 30 km south. All around the area around it are high dunes, which are considered a tourist attraction.

Since about 17 years ago, a Brazilian telenovela Tieta was filmed on a book by Jorge Amado from TV Globo in this romantic fishing village, the town in Brazil has gained national fame, and this has greatly changed the simple life of the place. In addition to several luxury hotels there are now many inns and restaurants that need the rush, especially the Brazilian tourists cope during the holidays days who want to visit the locations of the telenovela.

- 11.677778 - 37.508333Koordinaten: 11 ° 40 ' 40 "S, 37 ° 30 ' 30" W

  • Place in Bahia