Life's a beach, or at least it seems so if you travel down the
coast of Brazil.
With 6,000 miles of coastline, you are bound to find a beach that
appeals to you. And they do all have their own characteristics.
Angra dos Reis:
There are plenty of places to bathe in Angra dos Reis; 365 islands and 2000 beaches.
Just 105 miles from Rio de Janeiro, a pleasant 2-hour trip takes you to the peninsula of
Buzios, whose more than 20 magnificent beaches and crystal-clear water contrast with the
exuberantly sculptured landscape and exotic vegetation, which a prodigal 'Mother Nature'
has privileged with a wonderful year-round summer.
Brazilian beaches are full of bronzed beauties. Ipanema is a legend, and Sunday is the day
when all of Rio seems to make its way to the beach.
Located in the State of Bahia, Itacara has some of the most beautiful beaches of Brazil's
shoreline, with white sand, palm trees, good waves and rich tropical vegetation.
South America Index -
South America Tourism -
South America Websites.
If you find Travel Notes useful, please take a moment to like us on
Facebook and share with your friends on social media.