Surf Village – the best hotel for kite-surfers

As its name implies, the Hotel was created for surfers (its owner, a watersports instructor, has traveled the world in search of the ideal conditions for swimming!). The resort offers accommodation in 20 comfortable apartments (for two/three people) and extends over a garden area of 6,000 m2. The whole location is arranged comfortably to meet high standards and provide a variety of facilities and attractions.

The Hotel’s location – for those seeking a peaceful holiday to relax

Surf-Village Hotel is located by a sandy dune approximately 200 m in a straight line from the beach. Having left your car at the hotel car park, you can safely replace your shoes with the famous Havaianas and go straight to the ocean. In the evening, when the sun has already set, you may get to know the quietly beating heart of Guajiru: the central square (Praça) surrounded by small shops and places to serve local food and drinks. It is where the residents spend their time each and every evening.

Facilities for the whole family

The resort has been consistently introducing more and more additions to offer all of its guests the best conditions for relaxation. The visitors can use: 3 pools of different sizes (1 – with the track of 25 m; 2 – a leisure pool with facilities for small children next to the relaxation area equipped with shaded hammocks and suspended armchairs; 3 – a swimming pool and Jacuzzi surrounded by loungers exposed to the sun); free Wi-Fi for all customers; a large trampoline (secured with mesh); a few chill-out zones with comfortable sofas, coffee tables, etc.; a sandbox and play area for children; equipment storage area. Additionally, all the apartments at Surf-Village have their own terraces/balconies with comfortable hammocks, coffee tables and chairs.

Restaurant (Open from 1st Oct to 31st Dec.) – fresh seafood daily

The hotel restaurant based its menu on local produce of the highest quality. It offers the freshest seafood delivered daily by the local fishermen. In addition to fish and shellfish (crawfish), it will also serve special menus on request, such as the excellent Brazilian and Argentinean beef. The regular menu includes several types of pasta, casserole (fish or chicken), salad and typical Brazilian additives such as rice with beans served with seafood. Throughout the day, you can take a refreshing cold coconut or açai berry with guaraná served as a substantial smoothie. In the evenings, in addition to sweet desserts, a caipirinha drink would be served in a number of variations based on local fruits and juices. For an additional fee, you can make use of the large garden grill.