Croa do Goré Island is a small island of white sand that appears with the movement of the tide.
Croa do Goré Island is located in the Vaza-Barris River, between the municipalities of Aracaju, São Cristóvão and Itaporanga d’Ajuda, Crôa do Goré is one of the attractions of the region south of Aracaju.
Access is via , a fishing village, from where speedboats, boats or catamarans depart on 10 to 15-minute trips that reveal native mangroves, small river islands and preserved vegetation.
The movement on Croa do Goré Island is great on weekends due to the floating bars and rustic tents of sapé that serve fried fish, shrimp pastries and oyster, sururu, beans, aratu…
Tourists who come to Sergipe have the opportunity to visit beautiful, breathtaking places.
And one of these beautiful postcards is known as ”Croa do Goré”, a paradisiacal place, close to the capital.
The “Crôa do Goré” is a small island (bank) of sand that appears with the movement of the tide.
Such beauty is located on the Santa Maria River, a tributary of the Vaza-Barris River, between the municipalities of São Cristóvão and Aracaju.
The peculiar name of the island is due to a well-known resident of the region: The Crôa is due to the fact that it is a sandbank visible when the tide is low, while the Goré is that small crab that hides underground.
Video about Croa do Goré Island in Aracajú.
Who is looking for peace and tranquility, the place is an excellent option for rest and, above all, beauty.
Croa do Goré Island it is possible to find a floating bar that offers the best of the gastronomic cuisine of the region. The visitor has the opportunity to enjoy from seafood to caldinhos, pastries, among others, all close to the water. A delight.
How to get to the Croa do Goré Island
Several speedboats, boats and catamarans depart from the pier located at Orla Pôr do Sol, in the mosqueiro.
There visitors can choose from tours, or just the crossing to the ”Crôa do Goré”, which is approximately 10 minutes away.
Sergipe Tourism and Travel Guide