Camping Club of Brazil-Aracaju

And while I’m spending holidays in Aracaju and walking, I decided to get to know and take some pictures. I noticed driving by the sea a beautiful lawn and even commented “Look that great lawn to open a tent.” It was then that I realized that was the CBB.

I really liked the tranquility of camping, was very well received and I’ve been meeting facilities. The internal streets allow you to stop the car right next to your tent.

I really liked the tranquility of camping, was very well received and I’ve been meeting facilities. The internal streets allow you to stop the car right next to your tent.The grass really is excellent. We note that there are many Palm trees, so we have many areas of shadow, but none too large. As the camping is on the track, next to the beach, an almost constant breeze ensures a unique freshness. I talked to some users who have shown very pleased and even went into a tent that was with a pleasant temperature, because of the constant breeze.

The diner is great, as well as all camping is also small.

The entrance to the campsite is on the opposite side of the beach, access is alfalto. On the side near the beach is the space for Motor Homes and also a small gate for users to go to the beach.

Some Bungalow tents and even a Camping Star, and more details of the lawn. On the left side you can see a shower to shower to get the sea salt. The anergy is 220V.

The toilets aren’t great and I imagine that in times of high season should be pretty crowded.

In the men’s room (the only one who had access) have two sanitary booths and two electric showers and two urinals (well together) and a large sink with four tubs.

In the back of the toilets we have 6 sinks for washing dishes. I couldn’t find sinks for washing clothes.

Below is a map of the CBB with the location of the camping.

The table below was copied on this date (1/15/2014) from the site of the Camping Club of Brazil with tariffs for the 01.

Camping description as follows on the site of the CBB.

The Camping of Aracaju has an area of 20000 m ², all acampável and is facing the beach of Atalaia Nova. The IF-01 offers facilities – standard, light equipment (220v), hot showers, sports court and public phone. In addition, access to the camping is all paved

For those coming from the South, the access is by the BR-101, without entering in Salvador. If you come by the Bahian capital, the green line should be used to Indiabora, where it turns to the BR-101. For the Northeast, the fastest way is through BR-101.

Attractions -Aracaju has as strengths the natural and cultural attractions. The highlight is the famous coastal Atalaia Beach, point of the weekend, which features restaurants by the sea and where the local crafts draws attention.

Those looking for greater peace of mind, you can visit the coast south of the city, which gathers charming beaches, like that of Aruana, sea bass, Castaway and Mosqueiro.

For those who like extreme sports, the city also has beaches ideal for surfing, as Jatoba and coast. If you want a more cultural itinerary, a visit to the historic centre of Aracaju is indispensable. Completely revitalized, the place provides a real walk through history, with their mansions, squares and markets.

I believe that many seek an option of camping on the beach excellent close to the bars and kiosks.

Hugs.

Walgran and family.