About The Coffee Farm
The Fazenda Santana (St. Ana's Farm in Portuguese) is located in Serra Negra, about 2.5 hours from the city of Sao Paulo.
The has a long history of the coffee farm's prominence in the region. At the start of every harvest season, the Festa Santana is held which draws thousands.
The day starts with is a caravan on horseback from the town to the farm's chapel where a mass is held in honor of the farm's patron saint, St. Ana.
After the mass, the real fun begins with games, auctions, food stalls, and live music!
Scenes from the 2023 Festa Santana
The lead horse arrives bearing the banner for St. Ana.
Food stalls and a live music stage is set up next to the farm's light blue chapel. The bell tower is rung, announcing arrival of the procession.
The party is in full swing with concessions for the whole family. Set amidst the rolling coffee fields, there is no better way to relax on a beautiful day in the country.
To the left is the area where auctions and barbeque food stands are set up. The white building with red tiled roof in the center is the chapel, and the right is the music stage and more food stalls.
Scenes from past celebrations