This island and its sea bed gave rise to the marine sanctuary of the Quirimbas National Park and back. Very few stone buildings, but a great charm for the life of local fishermen, grouped under their immense coconut groves. 10 euros is charged for access to the island, but if it comes from Ibo and has already paid enough to show proof of the Quirimbas National Park. It has a tiny market and can be found cooked food-rich and cheap in any private home. No place to sleep.