Casa Cairucu is a three-bedroom beach house available for exclusive use. It sits within the Environmental Protection Area (APA) of Cairuçu, an incredibly peaceful spot with no cars or roads to spoil the views. Hummingbird flit between the flowers in the gardens, and heron perch upon the terrace.
Each of the villa’s double rooms looks out to sea. The beamed ceilings are high, the flooring is of solid wood, and fans keep things cool. The decor is fresh and white, with occasional accents of colour. The pieces of Brazilian art and handicrafts are as beautiful as they are intriguing. All four of the villa’s bathrooms have walk in showers and blue mosaic tiling.
Casa Cairucu’s living room has full length sliding glass doors, so it feels you are part of the rainforest even when you are sat inside. There’s an open fireplace for cooler nights, and an open plan dining area and kitchen with a very large dining table. A housekeeper will prepare breakfast, clean, and ensure you have everything you need.