Forró its a tipical sensual dance in Brazil. Don´t worry, if you don´t know how to dance forró, always have someone to teach you, and its a good way to talk, make friends. In the city centre at night you get information about the parties. Itacare its a small place so, you get very easy information about the nighlife at the city centre.
Dress Code: Bring summer clothes and your flip flop.
Favela Coffee Shop: A Good Place to Start the Night
It was my favourite bar since the first visit which actually happened already in the first night. Bar itself is quite simple but it's got a very enjoyable atmosphere.
They serve various drinks. Music is good and often played by DJs. It is open from 7pm and it is a good place to start the night.
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It?s an old colonial building where you can have some drink and enjoy with the capoerira show(5$R) or watch a brazilian moovie after that for 7R$. A nice place to talk to the locals and know the real Bahian culture.
Praia da Concha: Praia da Concha
It´s one of the most tipical party spots. There are many beach discos here with live music were you can dance forro with the locals and enjoy caipirinha and capeta, the local drinks. Be carefull, they have more alcohol than you think!!
It?s the street just in the coast, near the port. There are two main pubs here. One is quite expensive, most of the people are tourists or foreiners. The onther one is the locals disco, much more cheaper than the first one. But anyway, you don?t have to go inside the pubs, you can also stay in the street, there are 'barracas' there where you can buy drinks and food.
There are some 'per kilo restaurants' in this street, so it could be a good place to go on lunch/dinner.
Town square: Local sightseeing
Its a quiet town, most locals stop by this small little bar in the town square which shares a wall with a local mart which also serves beer. People hang out for a while and then maybe wander off to dance to reggaee near the beach. The best part about the night life is the realaxed atmosphere and friendly people. Maybe watch some capoeria at one of the local schools.
Dress Code: Its warm all year. Its not fancy. Flipflops, t-shirts.
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