Praia do Forte Brazil is located in the large state of Bahia north of the capital city of Salvador. This small resort area is defined by cobblestone streets, traditional Brazilian pousadas, or inns, and an abundance of Brazil hotels. With roughly 55 lodging options, visitors have many options in various budgets to choose between. Praia [...]
Brazil is one of those destinations that have everything travelers crave. If you’re looking for a place that offers culture, cuisine, and gorgeous beaches too, Brazil should be at the top of your list. Along with the incredible festivities of Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil beaches are one of the biggest attractions to this South American country. There are beaches here for every type of traveler. Whether you’re looking for a quiet nude beach or a rowdy beach full of water sports and beautiful people, you will find a match in Brazil. Some travelers also prefer to get off the beaten path and discover unspoiled beaches that helped Brazil earn its reputation for heavenly stretches of sand.
With a coastline of more than 1,700 miles, it can be difficult to decide where to spread out your towel. Because it is possible to soak up the sun all year long, it is possible to visit the Brazil beaches no matter what time of year you want to work on your tan. If you want to include some beach time during your trip to Rio de Janeiro, there are a few particularly famous beaches here to visit including Copacabana, Ipanema, and Barra da Tijuca. Another lesser-known but perhaps even more beautiful beach in the area is called Farol Beach. If you’re trying to include some sunshine during a visit to Sao Paolo, the best beach to visit here is Baia de Castelhanos, and any Florianopolis beach pictures will show off what a lovely stretch of coastline this island has.
Another area visitors flock to for beaches is Bahia. Here you will find a long list of enchanting beaches including Espelho, Mangue Seco, Trancoso, and Tapius de For. The main attraction of this area is beaches, and it is possible to lose yourself in day after day of swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving, and maybe a little fishing too. Each state in Brazil has its own best beaches—and in some cases lovely islands with beautiful beaches. From Pipa’s Beach, where you might run into dolphins and turtles, to Jericoacoara, where some of the best sunsets in the country can be seen, this coastline is full of perfect places to kick back and relax.
Porto de Galinhas is defined by more than 100 miles of stunning Brazilian beaches spanning the Atlantic Coast. To the north is Recife, a quintessential Brazilian city featuring many of the country’s top attractions, namely the beaches, which include Galinhas, Calhetas, and Carneiros. This area is encompassed by the state of Pernambuco of which Recife [...]
Morro de Sao Paulo beaches sit along the shores of Tinhare Island in the Brazilian state of Bahia. Bahia is one of the biggest of all Brazil’s states, housing a huge expanse of coastline and many excellent Brazil beaches. Morro de Sao Paulo Brazil is about an hour south of Salvador, from which a majority [...]
Florianopolis beaches in Brazil’s state of Santa Catarina are arguably some of the most beautiful of all Brazil beaches. They exhibit the country’s finest southern beaches and exude the true Brazilian spirit. With a choice of more than 80 beaches, some are like private islands and others offer popular water-based activities. Florianopolis Brazil is in [...]
Fernando de Noronha beaches are accessed by flights from either Natal or Recife, which fly out to this stunning volcanic archipelago more than 300 miles from Recife. It is a National Marine Park, established in 1988, rich with both marine and land animals. The island is home to more than twenty beaches, all fairly remote [...]