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Caueira beach, Aracaju

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Beach Nature / Park
As you walk along the wide, stretch of flat, golden sand, you will pass small dunes covered in vegetation, which, along with the lack of crowds, gives the beach a remote, wild feel. You can swim in the refreshing, dark-blue ocean, and with lively waves, Caueira beach is ideal for watersports; kite surfing is especially popular here. If you get hungry, the small boardwalk has several restaurants serving delicious, local cuisine; the fried fish, and crab stew both come highly recommended. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Caueira beach by using our Aracaju trip itinerary planner.
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  • Beautiful beach, busy place on holiday yet quiet epocas in low season, great to relax with the family, but I think the strong waves
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  • For those who like calm. Is there some 30 km from Aracaju and is always empty, almost deserted. Hard sand that can even go with car for sand. 2 kiosks and the sea, and an awesome sunset! I love!!!
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  • The Caueira beach is about 25 km from the city centre of Brazil. Are some 400 metres of floor area, with some beach kiosks that don't offer much more than the more traditional beers is one or the other tiragosto less far-fetched. The sea water is cold, and many breaking waves make a dip something unpleasant. The service is reasonable bars down, escape the leftmost kiosk owner who arrives (the first), the guy doesn't seem to have the first issue to be minimally educated, besides having nothing to offer in terms of cuisine.
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