Imbassaí is a district in the municipality of Bahia de Mata de São João, located on the northern coast of the State in the current tourist area of Costa dos Coqueiros.
The main access to the green line, at 10 km from Praia do Forte. Is originally a small Indian village that today has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in the State of Bahia. Counting on hostels, bars, restaurants, craft shops, police station and hospital.
Rafts are the transportation of visitors to the beach huts serving snacks either facing the ocean and the beautiful estuary of the river framed by the vast Palm Grove.
Bahia region is the most important tourist center in the Northeast and the 2nd in the country as the are famous for their lands. The tourist product in Bahia, 50% of its global flow centered in Salvador, unites in a same space the characteristics of a natural landscape and a unique culture in the country, in which the typical culinary arts, the colonial architecture and popular feasts reveal a strong integration of elements of European and African origin in the formation and in the way of life of the people of Bahia.
By its natural and historic-cultural attractions, Bahia presents an enormous potential for the development of the tourist activity. Owner of the biggest portion of seacoast of the country and of singular views in its interior, Bahia possesses specific cultural, folklore and religious characteristics, manifest in its extensive calendar of popular festivities, in its architectonic patrimony and in its typical food.