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Praia Guarau

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Praia Guarau

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6km south of downtown Peruibe, through GUARAU-UNA road, Peruibe, State of Sao Paulo 11750-000 Brazil
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Danuza wrote a review Jan 2019
Cambridge, Massachusetts813 contributions244 helpful votes
The beach is not so long, but it is beautiful compared to other beaches in the area of Peruibe. Sand is not white but the water is warm and the ocean is child friendly. The little tents with food and drinks provided by locals are usually good and there is plenty of umbrellas and chairs to rent. People are nice! There is also a large restaurant in the corner of the main road that serves good food. Parking close to the beach is limited, but you can park along the main road and walk a few blocks. Worth the trip!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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wastepec wrote a review Aug 2018
Sao Paulo, SP3 contributions
If you come to São Paulo, Brazil you may ear about nice beaches to the North-East side of the State. However, 100 miles south-west, there is a place still to be known by most foreigners. It is just at the outskirts of the Natural Reserve of Juréia. This is a short strip of sand (roughly over 1 mile long) sided by green covered mountains of the reserve. There, you can also rent a boat and go to other very nice and completely virgin beaches further south. There are also trails and falls nearby. This is also the place to go if you enjoy fishing. Even in the winter you may spot some birds migration and can also take a bird watching tour. Lodging is not sofisticated. It is very simple and cheap with good local food. If you are looking for natural attractions, far from crowded, busy and sofisticated beaches, that is the place to go mainly during late march to june and september to early december time. Winter (june to august) may be chilly (58o.F) and wet, but still there is a lot to do if you are a nature lover person.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Nels C wrote a review Feb 2017
Santa Monica, California167 contributions17 helpful votes
Guarau Beach is a short drive from Peruibe over hills covered in lush tropical vegetation. The beach is broad and long with beautiful views of isalnds offshore and of beautiful houses up in the hills. The waves are not too high and there are four or five restaurants. There is parking on the beach and along the road.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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josh n wrote a review Feb 2015
Columbus, Ohio124 contributions61 helpful votes
I don't know if I have been on a beach that had a better background scenery. I felt like I was in an painting. The beach was nice/safe and clean.
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Date of experience: February 2015
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Vanessa P - Jaywalking around Town wrote a review Aug 2014
Calgary, Canada1,066 contributions479 helpful votes
This is a interesting place to visit if you are around. Again you are going to see how BR middle class function ins and odds. The town can get pretty crowded on Holidays and long weekends. Supermarkets are going to have long standing lines, water may be a precious thing to have. And if you do have it its your lucky and traffic will take most of your time.Adding the lack of personal space people seems not have. Enjoy and visit around! Warm and hot nights, so you can have ice cream or rent a bike or even better a double bike to ride on the shore. Also visit the local fairs with local made products. The beaches have black sand and are flat.
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Date of experience: September 2013
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