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What a shame that one bar and one selfish person can spoil such an idyllic place. Sadly that is all too common in Brazil. A very unspoilt shallow beach with extensive sands at low tide with half a dozen beach bars at the back about...More
This is a fantastic beach, with clean water and beautiful setting, monkeys in the mangroves and cozy bars, where the locals drink beer, dance,, celebrate birthdays and eat crabs and roasted chicken on their own barbecue made out of old car wheels. Fantastic atmosphere. We...More
You can easily walk to this beach from the village, walking straight down Travessa 14 right to the end, passing a gate. You come past simple houses, peple doing the daily activities etc and will probably see buffalos once you pass the farm gate. The...More
I can't say enough about this beach. The water was warm and you just soak in the beautiful atmosphere around you. I choose to go later in the afternoon because the sun in intense in Marajo because its so close to the equator, a wise...More
We took a moto taxi from Soure for r$8. The ride was gorgeous through the outskirts of town. We got stopped by some buffalo in the road! Arrange a pick up time with your driver before he leaves.
I get the impression that this beach...More
Nice beach close to the mangroves so it has some cool looking trees around.
There are plenty of Restaurants with food and drinks.
A mototaxi is about 6 reais or you can walk in about 45min from town.
Because it is close to town it...More
The Barra Velha beach is not to far from the town of Soure. You can walk on the main beach in the low tide hours or walk over the pathway in the high tide hours. I did the pathway even with the tide low, because...More
Less people makes this a lovely quiet option. We cycled for miles along, watching the wildlife and wallowing in the shallow waters (watch out for Rays). There is excellent fresh fish at some of the barracas and cheap strong caipirinhas.