Litoral Paulista / SP

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Litoral Paulista – San Pablo – Brasil

Although the great city of San Pablo has no outlet to the sea, a few kilometers of spectacular beaches, which are part of the so-called Costa Verde, one of the most beautiful tourist regions of Brazil. The coast of the state of San Pablo has almost 700 kilometers of coastline, characterized by a complex ecosystem composed of hoses, estuaries and rests. In addition to the coastal beaches, the state has 150 equally paradisiacal islands. We invite you to explore the best beaches in San Pablo, with options for all types of stay.Although the great city of San Pablo has no outlet to the sea, a few kilometers of spectacular beaches, which are part of the so-called Costa Verde, one of the most beautiful tourist regions of Brazil. The coast of the state of San Pablo has almost 700 kilometers of coastline, characterized by a complex ecosystem composed of hoses, estuaries and rests. In addition to the coastal beaches, the state has 150 equally paradisiacal islands. We invite you to explore the best beaches in San Pablo, with options for all types of stay.

Ubatuba:

Ubatuba is part of Costa Verde, which brings together beautiful coastal municipalities between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Among its 70 beaches, some are ideal for surfing, such as Vermelha and Itamambuca; others are ideal for those seeking privacy, of which the best known is Puruba. Sunday on Sundays is suitable for families: it is small, clean and its waters are placid and transparent. The shadows provided by its trees make it ideal for picnics. By the way, remember: there are no kiosks or bars there, so be sure to bring water and snacks. Anchieta, the largest island on the Paulista coast, was inhabited by Indians until the early nineteenth century. In 1902, it was housing a prison that was shut down in 1955. Today, it is a paradise of beaches and nature. To get there, you need to get a schooner. The effort is worth it: the Atlantic Forest landscape hides ideal trails, walks and stretches of sea for diving.

Maresias!

Maresias Beach occupies a long straight stretch of sand between the mountains and the sea. Water has a beautiful deep blue-green color . The population is very urbanized but almost no tall buildings.
It is a beach with strong waves , making it ideal for surfing, and hardly suitable for bathing small children. Moreover, this is what the Brazilians call beach Tombo, one that has a large slope and where water covers you a few meters into the sea. There are several signs on the beach warning of the risk of drowning, and fire patrol boat from the beach constantly since most people ignore warning signs.

Surf in Sao Sebastian!

São Sebastião está localizado a 180 km da cidade de São Paulo. E é um destino de praia movimentado, especialmente em feriados e fins de semana prolongados. A busca por esse local se justifica tanto pela exuberância quanto pela diversidade de opções: existem praias para todos os gostos! La Barra do Una possui uma boa infraestrutura de hotéis e restaurantes. De lá, é possível pegar um barco e passear pelas ilhas da região. Barra do Sahy atrai muitos casais e famílias. Sua piscina natural é a alegria das crianças.

Maresias Beach ocupa um longo trecho em linha reta de areia entre as montanhas eo mar. A água tem uma profunda cor azul-esverdeada bonito. A população é muito urbanizada, mas quase sem prédios altos.
É uma praia com ondas fortes, tornando-o ideal para o surf, e pouco adequado para o banho crianças pequenas. Além disso, este é o que os brasileiros chamam praia do Tombo, Aquela que tem uma grande inclinação e onde a água cobre você a poucos metros de entrar no mar. Existem várias placas na praia aviso do risco de afogamento, e barco de fogo patrulha da praia constantemente já que a maioria da população ignora placas de advertência.

 

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