Inhabited about a century and a half ago by descendants of escaped or freed slaves. It has a long history of struggles in defense of its lands: the inhabitants have already been expelled twice from their lands, to where they returned by force. Three traditional families form the core of the quilombola community: Leandros, Camilos and Caetanos.

Sibaúma is a wild beach, almost uninhabited and its landscapes mix sea, rivers, dunes and many coconut trees. Visual paradise!

Its wild environment is a breather for the soul. The peculiarity of its coast, converges a rocky frontal next to the enormous virgin extension of its beaches. This makes Sibaúma an exotic place, where hiking, horse riding or buggy take to another dimension.


24ºC average temperature throughout the year make Sibauma beach a destination to enjoy the whole year.