La Ferme de Georges boasts a location that excites intrepid explorers and urban escapists alike. The property is on the edge of a sprawling 1,500-square-kilometer area of dunes that recently earned its status as a national park.

The Lençóis Maranhenses National Park harbors hundreds of turquoise lagoons, providing a visual spectacle that has been featured in such publications as National Geographic. The freshwater lagoons and dunes also act as an expansive playground for swimmers, sunbathers, and explorers, as well as being an ideal location for kitesurfers thanks to optimal wind levels and flat waters.

Explore the Lençóis Maranhenses National Park

Most tourists discover the park by truck from the city of Barreirinhas. In Atins you’ll go on foot, riding horseback or with a 4×4 pick-up from the beach with local experienced guides who will give you a different view of the Lençóis Maranhenses.

Hut

Fisherman's boat

The park sits next to the sea

The off-radar fishing village of Atins offers a few beachside bars and restaurants in which to relax after a day of sport.