Rio da Barra Beach, Arraial d'Ajuda

(4.6/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
If you are after peace and tranquility, Rio da Barra Beach is the beach for you. Located at the mouth of a small river, the landscape is a mixture of white sand, clear lagoons, colorful cliffs and coconut trees. Enjoy a meal of roasted fish served on a tile, whilst sipping an ice cold beer, or wander down the open beach with barely a fellow human in sight. The area is also perfect for kayaking. Put Rio da Barra Beach into our Porto Seguro trip generator to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Porto Seguro.
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  • Don't visit this beach. Stay away from Camp, access by road, on the way to Tapu. The only bar on the beach is owned by a hotel. Expensive drinks and snacks and a beach with no attractive. I wouldn't go back there.
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  • The beach is beautiful! You can take beautiful photos on the cliffs. The downside is that to access by car, they charged 30.00 parking and R$ to be the only restaurant, R$ of minimum consumption 80.00. For those knowing and visiting several beaches is very demanding pay this amount absurd parking!!!
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  • Refinement and sophistication in beach environment. Gazebos with capacity for eight people, with sofas, Chair and lounge chairs. Excellent service, snacks and wonderful, must-see beach with cliff on the left and coconut trees on the right. Warm sea, but who inspires care! The only downside is the price of consummation minimum: 80.00 per person R$! But in the end it's worth it for the uniqueness.
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