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Ten beaches to know in the Northeast of Brazil

From the state of Bahia to the north, the so-called Brazilian Northeast begins, easily identifiable by its palm trees, its clear sand, and its warm sea.

The beaches of the Northeast can be visited at any time of the year, the temperature is always pleasant and in all, there is good infrastructure. Next, ten beaches to go on vacation.

Itacare


Located 95 kilometers north of Ilhéus, in Bahia, this small fishing village has the best surfing waves in the entire Bahia region.

To stay there are all kinds of options, from all-inclusive resorts to small inns whose owners are fishermen who still keep their traditions alive in the area.

The beaches are golden sand and there are several offers of walks, from diving to surfing lessons, boat trips and jungle walks.



Porto Seguro, Arraial D'Ajuda, Trancoso, and Espelho


South of Bahia, these four beaches are very close to each other and are completely different from each other.

Porto Seguro is a colonial city, with cobbled streets and full of nocturnal activities. Arraial D'juda, which is crossed by boat from Porto Seguro, is a quiet villa, with dream beaches and hotels and inns, tastefully decorated, ideal for families, friends or couples.

Quiet seems to have come out of a story by Jorge Amado. Organized around a quadrilateral, it became one of the most exclusive destinations in Brazil, for quality worshipers, it is perfect to go two. And Espelho, very close there, is a beach in its purest state, without much to do but rest and eat well in one of the inns that face the sea.



Morro de Sao Paulo


It is south of Salvador and is reached after two hours by boat. It is the preferred island for travelers from all over the world who are looking for calm or busy beaches, good hotels and lots of parties.

In this article, you can find all the information about Morro de São Paulo and also a complete guide to know how to get there, where to sleep and eat.



Maragogi


It is 125 kilometers from Maceió and the same distance from Recife, Pernambuco. It has calm water beaches, reefs and several natural pools 5 kilometers from the coast. The most famous are Welsh, Toquinha and Barra Grande.

One of its main all-inclusive resorts is the Grand Oca Maragogi Beach & Leisure Resort, located on the beach. A perfect destination to go with children.



Porto de Galinhas


It is one of the most famous beaches in northeast Brazil, sharing honors with Jericoacoara and Pipa since it was chosen ten times as the best of Brazilian beaches by Viagem magazine, the prestigious local travel publication.

It is a small villa on the shores of a calypso sea and always warm, with few cars, dirt roads, dozens of options to eat and hundreds to sleep. And very quiet if that is desired, such as party options (especially on weekends).



Broken Canoe


Located 165 kilometers from Fortaleza, in the state of Ceará, and founded in the mid-18th century, Canoa Quebrada remains as a village of small-scale fishing villages called "jangadas".

Its temperature is around 30 degrees throughout the year and its characteristic landscape is composed of the churches, reddish cliffs that precede the long beach where there are several restaurants to have an ice-cold beer and eat fried fish fresh from the Atlantic.

Nightlife is concentrated in the town, where there are more than 80 hotel establishments and a variety of bars and restaurants.















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