Espirito Santo is prominent for having one of the most efficient port complexes in South America, notably Tubarão in the State’s capital, Vitória. The locals, or capixabas, are a typical mix of the African, German, Portuguese, Italian, and Amerindian races. The state’s main tourist attractions are its long stretches of sandy beaches and its hearty,seafood-based cuisine. Old buildings recall its colonial past, though modern hotels and restaurants have sprung up to accommodate the influx of visiting beachcombers.
Where to buy property in Espiritu Santo, Brazil
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