Sargi beach is 4.5 km long, also great for long walks and swims.
Almost completely deserted, flat, hundreds of coconut trees and no rocks. This is where the River Sargi ends, which is what in turn has given the village it´s name.
At about 5pm the beach of the Sargi grows in population with the return of the jangada fishing rafts, when the fishermen return from their labor at sea.
You will find accommodation, restaurants and beach huts by the sea. This beach offers everything that a good day of rest deserves: complete tranquility.
Building a Carbon Free Destination
In Itacaré and Serra Grande, look for the «Carbon Free Tourism Certification Program» seal exposed in hotels, restaurants and other services.
The funds gathered through the program are redirected to traditional small-scale farmers to plant trees which will neutralize CO² emissions of the program contributors.