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Baixa d'Areia Lounge Bar

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"After a morning hike in the Janela do Inferno nature preserve, you're ready to sit down and relax for a little while. Baixa d'Areia Lounge Bar, just seven kilometers away, is the perfect spot. The outdoor bar has concrete tables, cold drinks, and gorgeous views. The drinks range from coffee and juice to beer and gin. The view is of Praia Baixa d'Areia, a small beach tucked between ravines. Food and live music are added during the warmer months. This is also a great spot to watch the sunset later in the day."

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