IT'S WHERE YOU WOULD BE NOW IF YOU COULD START AGAIN.
Some say the Caribbean is here. It is not. Brazil is the country of beautiful beaches framed by coconut trees, seas with the most diverse colors, sandy beaches that stretch for kilometers of coast, from north to south.
It would not be an exaggeration to say that Alagoas is the state that keeps the most beautiful coastline, with the sky and the sea merging in its many shades of blue.
It is in this paradisiacal setting, a deserted beach surrounded by untouched forest, that will become one of the most sophisticated real estate developments in the Northeast: the Pituba Reserve. A combination of a very high standard condominium and a super-exclusive boutique hotel that will be installed in the lands that the couple Thereza Collor and Gustavo Halbreich have kept and preserved for almost 20 years, in the south of Alagoas, between the municipalities of Coruripe and Barra de São Miguel.
There are 600 hectares of virgin forest, preserved and conserved by the couple, which has a team of 100 employees taking care that the environment is being respected. Facing the six kilometers of deserted beach, protected by reefs that, when the tide is low, forms pools of transparent waters perfect for checking the corals, the hotel and condominium houses will be camouflaged amid natural vegetation.
All decisions were made in detail to preserve the environment, safety, infrastructure, quality, comfort, and exclusivity. The team of chosen professionals involves names like the French architect, designer, and artist who lives and has his office in New York, recognized for being a specialist in high-luxury, whether in houses, hotels, and museums he designs, such as Claridge's in New York or the Prince of Savoia, Milan; the Campana Brothers, responsible for the concept and furniture; no less starring, a renowned expert is studying the implementation of the 9-hole golf course.