Terrazzo da Bahia

Rua Biquiba 91, Patamares, Salvador, State of Bahia, 41600070, Brazil
Terrazzo da Bahia
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners
Booking.com Travelocity Priceline.com

100%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
100%
1
Very Good
0%
0
Average
0%
0
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
0%
0

N/A

Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families0
  • Couples50
  • Solo0
  • Business0

More about Salvador da Bahia

Photos

ocean view hotel pousada naturezaocean view hotel pousada natureza

Shopping Barra - Christmas decorationsShopping Barra - Christmas decorations

Sao Caetano at sunsetSao Caetano at sunset

tapioca and cupuacu ice creamtapioca and cupuacu ice cream

Forum Posts

Carnaval

by ddimes

Is anyone going to be at Carnaval this year? I am trying to meet up with some people that know the area.

Re: Carnaval

by Alys1

**Hola...
Yes i wanna go i am in SP at the moment ...trying to find good del with flight and hotel but it is sooo hard....where you gonna stay? hotel, apartment?
If I come I let u know!
Take care**

Travel Tips for Salvador da Bahia

What was up with the weather?

by acemj

Supposedly, the weather in Salvador is normally sunny and warm, but as luck would have it, when I was here, it was rainy and overcast. The temperatures remained comfortable, but the lack of sunshine probably took away from my overall enjoyment of the place. I really wish I could have had some better light for photography and that I would have been able to see the amazing sunrise and sunset at Barra.

Officially, Salvador is a tropical climate, so it can get very hot and humid. If you stay in Barra, it can also get very windy.

CAPOEIRA

by swesn

This was a martial arts form originated from Africa. They were prohibited by slave owners during the colonial times. The slaves thus practised them secretly in the forest. Later, to disguise this act of defiance, capoeira was morphed into a sort of acrobatic fight-dance.

The fight-dance is accompanied by clapping of hands and plucking of the berimbau musical instrument.

The fighter-dancers perform in a circle with fluid slowish (or very swift, depending on the type of capoeira) movements that will nearly hit the opponents. They do some playful somersault-like stunts on the ground, sweeping their feet across, kicking their legs upwards, etc...

Projeto Tamar (Sea Turtle Project)

by NedHopkins

You're unlikely to see turtles on the beach, unless you're in Praia do Forte during the breeding season.

But the compact grounds of Projeto Tamar have dozens of tanks, large and small, in some of which baby turtles are kept till they're large enough to fend for themselves. In others adult turtles are held for therapeutic reasons.

The souvenir shop on the grounds has quality merchandise; and while its goods are a bit pricey, a part of the proceeds goes to support the project and its research.

Jazz in Salvador da Bahia

by abmukam about French Quartier

Nice ambient, high level food and live music too. French Quartier is the best option in Salvador da Bahia if you like blues and jazz live show. Unhappily the menu' is a bit expensive, but you can snach inside and stay all night just having your bear...Perfect to impress your girlfriend. From Monday to Saturday starting at 5pm. Average age 30-50, couple and everyone who has good musical taste. Artistic covert from 10 reals.Not very far from Aeroclube. Dress up

Haute Cuisine Bahia Style

by NedHopkins about Maria Mata Mouro

Maria Mata Mouro edges Uaua for the finest Bahia-style meals I've had in Salvador. It's also twice as expensive.

Four to six tables -- seating anywhere from two to a dozen people -- are located in each of four different areas on the ground floor: (1) the very front, (2) just past the kitchen and bar, (3) in an adjacent open-air section, and (4) under an arbor in the very rear.

The decor is classy and the service is superior.

UPDATE: The travel section of the New York Times, on Sunday, 1 March 2009, highly recommends Mata Mouro for Brazilian and Continental food. I followed the complimentary appetizers with Cod Ambrosia (R$26). The delicately seasoned fish came in a light and flaky crust.

As an entrée I had roast leg of lamb (R$47), nicely spiced and so well prepared it nearly melted in my mouth. The lamb was ringed with three well prepared vegetables.

I also ordered a bottle of Argentine Syrah (R$46); and my waiter made a point of telling me service was not included. Total tab: R$140 (US$49).

Comments

Popular Hotels in Salvador da Bahia

Bahiacafe Hotel

Praa da S, 22, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40021-020, Brazil

Show Prices

Pousada da Mangueira

Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

Ladeira da Saude, 09, Salvador, State of Bahia, Brazil

Show Prices

Village Novo

Avenida 7 de Setembro, 3659, Porto da Barra, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40140-110, Brazil

Show Prices

Atlantic Towers

Avenida Oceanica 1545, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40140-131, Brazil

Show Prices

View all Salvador da Bahia hotels

View all Salvador da Bahia hotels

Latest Salvador da Bahia hotel reviews

Hotel Casa do Amarelindo
404 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Bahiacafe Hotel
108 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Feb 23, 2014
Pousada do Boqueirao
46 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 14, 2014
Pousada Terra Nossa
18 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 15, 2014
Barra Guest Hostel
45 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Oct 20, 2013
Pousada da Mangueira
24 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 8, 2014
Albergue dos Anjos
1 Review & Opinion
Pousada da Saude
4 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: May 4, 2012
Albergue das Laranjeiras
23 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 4, 2014
Albergue do Pelo
1 Review & Opinion
Nega Maluca Guesthouse
21 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 11, 2014
Atlantic Towers
9 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Aug 21, 2013
Village Novo
98 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 5, 2014