Jacuma Beach Natal Brazil

Natal is famous for it’s sand dunes, which means wind, wind, wind. Nice place to visit but definitely not our cup of tea. Our resort, developed in a tranquil beach environment while being only minutes away from the bustling cosmopolitan centre of Natal, offers something for both the discerning holiday-maker and the smart property investor. [...]
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Cabo Frio Beaches

If you love stunning beaches, sun-soaked coastline, luxury resorts, and pristine surroundings, then think of no other destination than Cabo Frio Brazil. With nine beautiful beaches surrounding turquoise waters, offering panoramic views of the land and the sea, Cabo Frio offers you the best experience of a perfect holiday. Rest and rejuvenate on the serene [...]
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Natal Beaches, Brazil

The City of the Sun, Natal is the largest city and capital of the Rio Grande do Norte. Thanks to its beautiful and alluring beaches, this quiet, clean, and bright city of Natal is popularly known as the beach capital of the northeast. Lying along a beautiful coastline, touching calm and turquoise ocean waters, Natal [...]
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Praia da Azedinha – Azedinha Beach Buzios

You don’t just stumble onto something like this, unless you’re in Buzios. We had no idea what “pretty beach” meant until we actually took the trek down the rock trail to this spectacular shore that faces almost due west. These beaches were known in the ’70′s as hangouts for hippies, and Rio is home to [...]
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Praia de Tucuns – Tucuns Beach Buzios

If you’re looking to get totally away from all the action in Buzios, Tucuns Beach is the place to be. But be prepared to really be away from it all. Now, there are a few serious developments in here. Someone woke up to the potential of resorts on this beach. There are a few problems [...]
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Praia dos Amores – Lovers Beach Buzios

Love is in the air! Good reason to take one of the leisurely cruises around the Buzios peninsula and visit all of the beaches. Start early so you can get in a few beaches and some great Brazilian food. You’ll want to start at the center of town and head in either direction as there [...]
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Praia Brava – Brava Beach Buzios

The name says it all. The beach with the heaviest surf bears the name of “angry” in Portuguese. Brava, like many of the beaches around Buzios, has a history. This can be a good beach to swim and surf depending on the Atlantic. Most of the time you will find this beach in Buzios to [...]
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Olho de Boi – Bullseye Beach Buzios

Some of the best vistas off of the Buzios peninsula are on the eastern shore and there are mainly rocky shorelines with mountains sloping into the sea. There is only a couple of beaches and these are hard to get to. We visited Brava, with the heavy surf; a beach facing northeast and open to [...]
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Praia do Forno – Oven Beach Buzios

Truely a gem on the Buzios Peninsula is a beach that is actually colored by a certain mineral. The Brazilians call the mineral “granada“, and we found that it contains a great deal of iron – thus the reddish color of the sand here at Praia do Forno, or Oven Beach. We think it is [...]
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Praia da Azeda – Azeda Beach Buzios

A small sign pointed right. Praia da Azeda/Azedinha. Two of the most spectacular beaches in South America. To find them in the small fishing village of Búzios, we took the fold-up map, generously offered by another tourist who had a few, and parked the rental car at a plaza a hundred feet from another spectacle, [...]
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Praia Foca – Seal Beach Buzios

It’s not a big beach. It’s even hard to reach. So why is it people go out of their way to find this little piece of the Búzios landscape? Mainly because it really is hard to get to, so it’s never crowded. There’s enough sand for laying in the sun. Enough surf to lull you [...]
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Orla Bardot – Bardot Cove Buzios

When you make a trip to Búzios, as you do your research, you’ll find that the French played a significant part in its history. It was French pirates who in the mid 1500′s made great friends with the local Tamoio Indians and harvested Brazilwood to take back with them to France. But didn’t the Portuguese [...]
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Best Beaches of Buzios Brazil

Buzios is located just an hour or so outside of Rio and the only reason you’d go there is to get away from the crowds that move into the beaches in Rio during the holiday season – but – news flash! They are here in Buzios, as well. The only time you can have the [...]
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Angra dos Reis near Rio de Janeiro Brazil

A destination for both leisure and business, Blue Tree Park Angra Dos Reis is nestled in totally exclusive surroundings, and it is uniquely served by the region’s natural attractions, conveniences and services. Surrounded by the rainforest, the tropical rainforest, it enjoys the benefits of a charming strip of beach and clear, calm waters that remain [...]
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Ilha Grande Angra dos Reis Rio de Janeiro Brazil

A relative newcomer to the tourism industry, this pristine island was once a penal colony – until recently in 2004. Now, travellers can enjoy the pristine waters, blue lagoons, 106 squeaky clean beaches and jungle-covered hills. Given its size (hence the name Big Island) you should stay at a strategic place like Vila do Abraao, [...]
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The Girls of Rio de Janeiro and Ipanema

With the advent of the World Cup and the Olympics in Brazil, one starts wondering what other treasures this wonderful country holds. And it’s no secret that Rio is the capital for relaxation and fun when thinking of Brazil. It’s here that Carnaval explodes in crazy colors and dancing with the most beautiful women in [...]
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