Pousada Maravilha is situated on the largest of 21 islands and islets in the Brazilian archipelago of Fernando de Noronha and has been a National Marine Park since 1988. There are just eight stunning properties in the complex, each with breathtaking views of the beautiful coast. The island is a real oasis looking inland towards mainland Brazil and outward towards Africa and is so special it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site – what a special place for your next relaxing holiday…perfect for both couples and families.
There are just eight apartments and bungalows at Pousada Maravilhia and the accommodation is of the highest standard with wonderful views and is eco-friendly having been built with natural materials including plenty of reforested wood. With wide balconies /terraces all with hammocks and some with table, chairs and hot tub. There is a lovely green view over natural countryside to Sueste beach just 50 metres away and the sea and several small islets beyond.
Holiday resort information
Luxury apartmentWith beautiful views of Sueste Bay from its spacious covered balcony, which is decorated with giant bamboo. This stunning 47m² apartment has a comfortable king size bed and upstairs a twin bedroom – ideal family accommodation for up to four people. It is tiled throughout in a pale neutral colour and the ceilings have attractive wooden beams. The soft furnishings are all in soothing colours that harmonize with the dramatic natural palette of the deep blue sea, the greenery of the grass and trees and the dark grey of the volcanic rock.
BungalowThis beautiful accommodation is for two people who are seeking a holiday hideaway! With 54m² of floor space it is extremely comfortable. There is a hot tub on the polished wood shaded balcony that is decorated with thick bamboo and is private as it overlooks the sea. There is a beautiful king size bed with white net drapes.
The island is small and easy to explore and there are numerous totally unspoilt beaches. Some of these are private and there is an entrance fee, but most are free of charge. For exploring the locality, there are numerous footpaths to follow or bikes can be borrowed to venture further. There is the chance to take a guided tour or use a self-drive buggy. There are boat trips to enjoy on the 'Inner Sea' and good snorkelling at Sancho Beach.
The regional dishes are fun to try as they are made with local produce and are full of local flavours. Amongst the most popular are Bobo de Camarào – stewed shrimp in flavoured coconut milk and Sunham cherry cheesecake – which is very irresistible!