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5.0 based on 6,021 reviews
You can get to this beach by boat (average R$ 10 per person) or walking(this option you will need to enter Pontal do Atalaia by taxi or R$ 20 per car). It can be really crowded, you better arrive early and avoid weekends. Tje san is brigjt white and the sea is really blue. The water is very cold though. ( in Arraial do Cabo all of the beaches have a really cold water). This is the beach where there is a famous stair that evertbody takes some pictures. Please follow us on instagram: @mapamunditravel
5.0 based on 4,546 reviews
This was my favourite beach in Arraial do Cabo.You can only get to this beach by boat (average R$ 10 per person). It can get crowded so, you better arrive early and avoid weekends. There are no restaurants or sellers and you also cant bring food. Thensand is bright white and the sea is really blue. You have an amazing voew of fhe mountains , what make the landscape even more beautifil.The water is very cold though. ( in Arraial do Cabo all of the beaches have a really cold water) Please follow us on instagram: @mapamunditravel
5.0 based on 765 reviews
Like most special places in the World, you pay dues to get there. If it is too easy it is ruined by overcrowding and inconsiderate people. The big issue here is the last 5 kilometers of the "road" to Paraty Mirim. Heavily washboarded and lots of mud. We made it in a rental car but if was rainy would be very easy to get stuck in the shin deep mud. 4X4 better, with higher ground clearance but lots do it in regular cars. Parking 20R for the day. The boatman would not go lower than 250R return despite dozens of boats and not so many customers. We are FIT travellers and refuse to go on tours with groups. This was true even before the Wuhan plague but all the more critical now. We did see the small bus so you can do it the cheap way for less than the cost of parking. The main beach was soso and crowded. You must hire boat to get to the world class beaches in the Saco (fjord) of Mamangua itself. The drive first suggested taking us to a beach with a restaurant which we declined. We bring our own cooler with food and deinks and asked for the best beach (which means undeveloped). Euginho Beach did not disappoint. Freshwater stream emerging from pile of rounbded rocks which meets the sea and very pristine sand , HUGE shade tree and restroom are only "facilities". and reef.
4.5 based on 7,184 reviews
The great waves at this large, open beach make it popular for surfing and windsurfing.
If you come to Búzios, this is one of the beaches you might want to visit. It is long, windy and has fine hot sand, where burying your feet just feels nice. There's a serving shack, it is somewhat expensive but still worth it, since you can buy a couple beers and sit on their chairs with umbrellas.
4.5 based on 5,714 reviews
One of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever been to. You can get a taxi boat out from Abroaa to Pousa ( 25 real) and from there it’s a 15 minute walk through the jungle to get here. White sandy beaches and crystal blue water will greet you on arrival! Be prepared it gets quite busy but you can walk much further down the beach to get a quiet spot. They also have lifeguards working. They don’t have any facilities on the beach so make sure you pack a picnic and some beers.
4.5 based on 2,731 reviews
It’s of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. Take goggles or rent with your tour company, it is totally worth it. You will see different types of sea life including turtles and starfish!
4.5 based on 3,856 reviews
This beach is stunning with awesome views in any direction. Weekdays are the best time to go as it is busy on the weekends. A very special and relaxing afternoon was enjoyed by all on a quiet weekday...
4.5 based on 3,942 reviews
This amazing beach was all we wanted. We plonked ourselves at a cafe/restaurant half way down the beach - the first. They were really helpful- left us to chill and looked after our needs when we needed them- they helped with translation as our Portuguese was/is poor ???? We had the most wonderful lunch- a huge and whole fish, salad, rice washed down with some great cocktails. I also spent a lot of the time in the sea enjoying the force of nature. We caught a bus with the locals from Paraty and had a great day overall. Recommend this to get away from it all ????
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