There are tons of fantastic beaches all around the Brazilian coast, some famous, some more hidden (and heavenly) and what is really important is to understand when to visit and which beach is the best for your stay, looking forward to the amount of time that will be invested, costs and focus of the trip.
There are those who really like to know beaches with the possibility of diving and good visibility as well, there are still those who like to relax all afternoon on the sand and take one bronze, and I also know many tourists who like to travel to beaches exclusively for bathing in waves of the sea – is worth then set your goal first – what kind of ride to do?! How to join the best of what you are looking for with a destination that can offer you success in your trip to the beach in Brazil?! These are the basic questions that must be answered in your trip planning.
How to do
Amazing beach at Ilha Grande (Big Island) Rio de Janeiro
The best way is to choose the destinations before leaving for the trip – this is a critical point due to the gigantic proportions os our country! If you choose to meet either of the southern beaches (with cold water and good waves) and the northeast beaches (with the warmer waters), then your trip will must have a flight roundtrip between the cities, what could be very cheap (in advance) or really expensive (if you not plan before start to travel).
It is worth focusing on a region and explore it extremely! If you want to enjoy the beaches of the northeast, you will have the ability to meet several Brazilian states (since they are smaller in territorial proportion). You must choose and invest so that you have a great choice, with several alternatives and economic prices.
What to expect
Brazilian traditional singers at Praia do Futuro (Beach of the Future) Fortaleza – Ceara
Vendors of food, coconuts, regional singers, chairs, plenty of sunshine and warmth! As Brazil is a tropical country, in almost all periods of the year there are hot days that can be leveraged on Brazilian beaches. Of course, the coast tends to have relatively unstable time, but here in Brazil, mainly in areas close to the northeast, the sea water temperature is always pleasant and the days are usually very hot, so prepare your sunscreen!
Where to go
The First Beach at Morro de São Paulo (Bahia)
The most visited beaches in Brazil are located in the Brazilian states of São Paulo (Ubatuba, Caraguatatuba, Ilhabela, São Sebastião, Guarujá, Itanhaém, Santos, Maresias, Camburi), Rio de Janeiro (Arraial do Cabo, Saquarema, Buzios, Copacabana, Ipanema, Barra da Tijuca, Angra dos Reis, Paraty, Ilha Grande, Trindade, Niteroi, Cabo Frio) and Bahia (Ilhéus, Morro de São Paulo, Itacaré, Barra Grande, Salvador, Praia do Forte, Porto Seguro).
You can make whales watch,in the coast of Santa Catarina where whales Franca can easily be spotted from the beach. The whale watching tourism can be practiced in an area of approximately 130 km in length covering the coast of Santa Catarina Florianópolis, Palhoça Garopaba, Imbituba andthe lighthouse at Laguna de Santa Marta.
Now if your place is underwater, then Fernando de Noronha is the place to be! It is the largest of a group of 21 islands of the same name about 340 km from Recife – Pernambuco, declared a national marine park since 1988. The beaches are of two types: those facing the coast (10 beaches and a Dolphin Bay) and those facing high seas (4 beaches, pools and a stream).
Another four amazing beaches in Brazil are located in Bahia (Morro de São Paulo) is one of the most searched destination in Brazil and is the top among the Brazilian beaches with clean sand, palm trees, crystal clear warm water, and a rich fauna. Morro is a kind of volcano, with the beaches in the background and the houses (or lodges) on top. It is forbidden access to cars.
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