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.