With a great extension, the Brazilian coast offers a wide variety of beaches for all tastes. But with a country as big as ours, it’s not always easy to decide where to travel, is it?
If you are a fan of salt water, sand and a breathtaking landscape, then you need to check out this incredible selection that we made with 10 Brazilian beaches that you have to know!
Write down the destinations and start planning your next trip along the Brazilian coast today!
1 – Sancho Bay
It has been voted countless times as the best Brazilian beach – and it keeps appearing on the list of the best beaches in the world.
Located in Fernando de Noronha, Baía do Sancho has emerald green water and cliffs overlooking dolphins.
During the rainy season, the waterfalls form and fall off the huge wall, creating an additional attraction.
2 – Lopes Mendes Beach
Located in Angra dos Reis, Lopes Mendes Beach is considered by many to be the most beautiful on Ilha Grande.
It is two hours walk or half an hour by boat from Vila Abraão. And one of the things that most calls the attention of tourists is the transparent water.
In addition, Lopes Mendes Beach still has the softest and finest sand on the entire Brazilian coast.
3 – Dolphins Bay
Located in Praia da Pipa, in Rio Grande do Norte, it does not have this name by chance.
In the Bay, you will be able to have a closer contact with the dolphins that usually receive visitors with jumps and acrobatics.
The only access is by the beach and is only indicated at low tide, being an excellent place for walking and swimming – with the calm sea and full of dolphins.
4 – Praia do Cedro
In Ubatuba, São Paulo, Praia do Cedro has crystal clear waters and remnants of the Atlantic Forest that are well preserved.
Unlike the rest of Ubatuba – which is known for being busy and full of tourists – Praia do Cedro is much more secluded.
Access is only by trail from Fortaleza beach, and for this reason it is an empty place and still little explored by tourists.
5 – Ilha do Mel
Anyone who thinks that only the northeast of Brazil has beautiful beaches is very wrong. Located in Paraná, Ilha do Mel enchants for its stunning beauty.
This island is covered by the Atlantic Forest and has many options for those who are fans of adventure tourism.
If you don’t like a lot of tourists, the more secluded beaches, such as Praia de Fora can be great options, in addition to having beautiful natural pools.
6 – Porto de Galinhas
Pernambuco’s most sought-after spa combines natural beauty with a wide range of hotels, restaurants and a bustling nightlife.
The natural pools, the corals and the lush beaches, as well as the horses and sea turtles are sure to surprise you.
The most recommended beaches are: Porto de Galinhas, Pontal do Maracaípe, Cupe and Praia Muro Alto.
7 – Joaquina
Next to Praia Mole, Praia da Joaquina divides the favorite beach spot for tourists in Florianópolis.
The infrastructure is one of the highlights of the place, in addition to good night lighting and waves for surfing.
Another attraction is its famous sand dunes.
8 – Canoa Quebrada
A few years ago, Canoa Quebrada was a destination only known to backpackers and explorers.
Today, the infrastructure is already much greater, which allows more tourists to be enchanted by the beauty of this beach in Ceará, in addition to the sand dunes and buggy or horseback rides.
At night, fun is guaranteed on the main street in the village, Broadway.
9 – Trancoso
This Bahian paradise still maintains its rustic and more hippy characteristics, but with all the infrastructure that luxury hotels can provide.
If you want to get to know the natural beauty with more tranquility, the ideal is to visit during the low season.
Because, in high season, Trancoso usually receives many visitors and is very crowded.
10 – Gunga Beach
At high tide, the sea has greenish waters, while at low tide, it becomes more bluish. So is Gunga beach – this Alagoas paradise.
It is located at the intersection of the Atlantic Sea and Lagoa do Roteiro and has a large amount of coconut trees, calm waters and beautiful cliffs.
The only way to get there is by boat from Barra de São Miguel.
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