Santa Luzia

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Caves, Rivers, waterfalls, wells, lagoons and big rock walls design the beautiful landscape of Santa Luzia, the newest city among the ones of the Cocoa Coast, dismembered from Canavieiras in 1985. The scenery, which could easily be part of Chapada Diamantina, has a plus: the proximity with the ocean. The city, stage of diamond mining and, of course, cocoa production, was an inspiration to the doctor and writer Afrânio Peixoto.

Fruit of the wealth and opulence of the diamonds, the settlement of Jacarandá, by the margins of Pardo River and listed as historical heritage, preserves colonial constructions, such as Our Lady Rosario Church, with a privileged view of the city from the top of a hill; visits should be scheduled in advance with Santa Luzia’s Secretariat  of Tourism and Environment.

 


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