By Laís Oliveira | Translation: Isabela Jordão

 

Caraíva (Bahia)

For those who do not like crowded beaches, full of stalls, restaurants and street vendors, it is possible to find peace in different corners of Brazil. In these places it is possible to find almost deserted or little frequented beaches, that are ideal places if you like to camp, explore, visit idyllic places, just relax or even visit cannabis-friendly spots on the Brazilian coast.

Access to them is more complicated, which is exactly one reason that explains the lack of fuss. But in most cases, the beauty of the landscape is worth any effort. Check out our list:

Caraíva – Bahia

Peace, privacy and beauty. 70 km far from Porto Seguro International Airport, south of Bahia, Caraíva is an area of ​​environmental preservation, has streets covered with sand, with no motor traffic, beautiful beaches, traditional houses, campsites, cozy inns and good restaurants that attract people who integrate with nature and look for preserving the environment while keeping local charms intact. Excellent option to rest, get in touch with nature and, of course, enjoy the beautiful beaches and a river bath at dusk.

Cedro Beach – Ubatuba / SP

Ubatuba is full of beaches well visited by tourists, but Praia do Cedro, the most beautiful, is a bit more reserved and, often, deserted. It is necessary to make a small trail to reach the place or go by sea. The beach has white sand and crystal clear waters, perfect for diving. At certain times of the year it is possible to see migrations of turtles, dolphins and even whales. A separate show.

Ilha do Mel – Paraná

Ilha do Mel is the prettiest destination on the coast of Paraná, with preserved beaches on the streets, just sandy trails, an ideal place to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of big cities. The Grotto of the Encantadas is located in the south of the island and is the most important natural heritage of Ilha do Mel, nestled among black rocks, with about 10 meters in length. As it is an ecotourism destination, the attractions are its beaches, trails and some historic buildings. An ideal place to relax and stay Zen.

Matadeiro – Santa Catarina

Praia do Matadeiro is an area of ​​environmental protection with calm sands, but the beach has strong waves, and is more frequented by people who love adventures, like climbing and long trails. Protected by difficult access, the 850 meters of Matadeiro Beach are surrounded by the hill of the same name. With few summer houses, only during summer season some bars and restaurants do open.

Havaizinho – Itacaré / Bahia

The rich Bahian coast also has empty beaches. This is the case of Havaizinho beach, in Itacaré. The name already says where beauty has an influence. Access is by trail, but it is smooth. Only 10 minutes and it is already possible to come across the charms that the beach offers.

Cumuruxatiba – Bahia

Located on Costa das Baleias, in the extreme south of Bahia, Cumuru, as it was affectionately nicknamed, is surrounded by miles of unspoilt beaches, devoid of visual or noise pollution, cut by rivers of clear water and very quiet. It is a simple place with beautiful shallow, calm and warm watered beaches. Those have huge cliffs, coconut trees and Atlantic forest in abundance, which provides a great contrast of colors in its unforgettable scenery.

Cacimba do Padre – Fernando de Noronha / Pernambuco

Apesar de ser o local preferido dos surfistas, a praia da Cacimba do Padre fica praticamente deserta no período de ondas fortes – ótima para surfistas (de dezembro a março). As águas são verdes transparentes e cheias de vida marinha, a areia é clara e macia, e a vegetação nativa dos morros avança sobre a praia. No verão, as ondas chegam a cinco metros. Bom lugar para apreciar o pôr do sol.

Itaúnas – Espírito Santo

Na década de 1980, Itaúnas, a praia escondida por montículos de areia fina e dourada, foi descoberta por mochileiros e ainda hoje é preservada. Graças à criação de um parque estadual em 1991, a natureza pouco mudou e continua a mostrar manguezais, riachos, dunas gigantes e trechos de Mata Atlântica. E as dunas são a atração do local, com 2 km de extensão, até 300 metros de largura, picos de 35 metros de altura e uma cidade abaixo, são verdadeiras joias arqueológicas intocadas.

Praia do Chapadão – Rio Grande do Norte

Local de grande extensão e beleza, é considerado um dos refúgios de Tibau do Sul, no nordeste brasileiro. Seu visual deslumbrante é um charme para quem a visita e pode admirar o local de cima das falésias. Para chegar à praia, é necessário descer por escadas improvisadas. No verão, costuma receber visitantes que encontram uma ótima opção para um dia tranquilo na praia, seja relaxando ou dando um mergulho refrescante no mar.

Praia do Patacho – Alagoas

Localizado a 100km da capital, Maceió, quase deserto e perfeito para um dia tranquilo, Patacho vira na maré baixa e conquista, nessa época, o coração de qualquer visitante: o mar seca, e é preciso caminhar centenas de metros para chegar piscinas naturais. Tem uma localização privilegiada, com fácil acesso (embora não sinalizada), mas é pouco explorada. Você certamente não será incomodado por outros banhistas ou vendedores ambulantes.

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