One of the reasons why you choose to visit Brazil are undoubtedly its beaches, among the most beautiful in the world. And not only from a landscape point of view, but also because of the beach bars, parties, live music. The beaches of the cities of Brazil are guaranteed fun. But if you are more interested in nature and silence, there are stretches of coast and less frequented archipelagos that are authentic uncontaminated paradises.
Making a selection of the most beautiful beaches is very difficult, because they are all fabulous. We tried to list ten, urban and full of services but also isolated and wild.
ou just have to choose your favourite one and leave!
Here is a mini guide to the most beautiful beaches of this amazing country.
Copacabana is probably the most famous beach in Rio de Janeiro. Located in the south, it is not popular for the sea as for the nightlife, events, football matches improvised at any time of day. It is located in the homonymous district, the most populous and known of Rio.
Another very famous beach in Rio is that of Ipanema, in the most chic district of the city. Located between the ocean and the lagoon, it has been dedicated to a famous song bossanova, "Garota de Ipanema".
Less known than the lively beaches of Ipanema and Copacabana, Arpoador is also a beach in Rio. From the most relaxed atmospheres, it is loved by surfers and offers breathtaking sunsets.
The archipelago Fernando de Noronha is an archipelago of incomparable beauty, full of fabulous beaches loved by surfers and divers. Praia da Sancho is one of the most beautiful beaches, but they all leave you breathless.
At 300 km from Fortaleza in the state of Ceara, here is Jericoacoara, a paradise for surfing. The landscape is characterized by thin sand dunes that reach the sea.
At 170 km from Rio, Ilha Grande is a small island of waterfalls, lagoons and many wild beaches, among which the most sensational is Lopes Mendes.
A beach in southern Brazil, near the town of Florianopolis, with a thin white beach, ideal for surfing, windsurfing and nature excursions.
Not far from Rio, Praia do Forno is a lively beach with sand like talcum powder and intense blue water.
Porto da Barra Beach is located in the Barra district of Salvador de Bahia, at the entrance to the Baía de Todos os Santos. There is a small colonial fort and a white church on a hill. The water is calm and the sunsets wonderful.
Beach of the city of Florianopolis in southern Brazil, much appreciated by surfers but also by lovers of other sports including sandboarding, or surfing on the sand dunes.
Wouldn't you like to lie down on one of these beaches right now?