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Jabaquara Beach was nothing special to be honest. There's a few islands not far offshore that you can kayak or stand-up paddle to but it's nothing spectacular.
I visited to kill some time but I wouldn't plan an itineray around visiting this beach.
Not the nicest beach really. If you want a nice one catch a bus to Trinidade or take a boat trip around the islands of Paraty.
However, it's a good place to go running in the morning or evening or maybe to have a few...More
This is a great area of Paraty. You can walk here in 15 minutes from the historic centre - it's up an over a hill though so perhaps take a cab if you find walking difficult. This is a beach area where all kinds of...More
We loved Paraty so much we stayed an extra 2 days. Paraty is blessed with so many beautiful beaches with clear water and immaculate sand. However, Jabaquara beach is the exception. Unfortunately the river flows into the sea at one end of the beach so...More
This beach, it's so just okay. It's handy to the city, but the water never feels super clean or refreshing. Usually pretty shallow and super muddy in some spots. It's nice that there is kayaks and SUP to rent there and some
Nice little bars...More
This quiet beach has calm waters and no waves. It's great for children and the elderly. There are several restaurants and snack bars on the beach and many pousadas to choose from. It's about 2 km. from the very busy center of town..
This was my 2nd visit Paraty and again I'd made the 1 hr bus journey to the beautiful stretch of Trinidade. But no one had really told me about the more local Jabaquara beach - c.20 mins walk away.
It had mixed reviews but I...More