Colorful, Cute Houses in Trancoso

09 November 2012 Written by   Published in City Guide

Casa Vermelha em Trancoso by marcelo nacinovic, on Flickr Casa Vermelha em Trancoso by marcelo nacinovic, on Flickr

 

Photos taken in Trancoso, a tiny fishing village in Bahia, Brazil.

These colorfully painted houses were originally fisherman houses and now turned into boutiques, bars and restaurants, and inns.

Trancoso by Fred Matos, on Flickr Trancoso by Fred Matos, on Flickr

 

Trancoso by proyectodinga, on Flickr Trancoso by proyectodinga, on Flickr

 

Quadrado by Todesfee, on Flickr Quadrado by Todesfee, on Flickr

 

O Quadrado de Trancoso by marcelo nacinovic, on Flickr O Quadrado de Trancoso by marcelo nacinovic, on Flickr

 

Trancoso by Tania Pires, on Flickr Trancoso by Tania Pires, on Flickr

 

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How to get there:
Center of Trancoso is 24 kilometers and a short (about 10 minutes) ferry ride from Porto Seguro Airport, Brazil.
* Flights from U.S. or Europe to Porto Seguro Airport usually require a connection in Rio, São Paulo or Salvador. It's about 3 hours flight from São Paulo to Porto Seguro.
From November through February, many charter flights fly directly to Porto Seguro from Europe.

 

* Brazilian Tourism Institute: www.visitbrasil.com

Additional Info

  • Address: Trancoso, a district of Porto Seguro in southern Bahia, Brazil