Morro Beach, Barra de Santo Antonio

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  • We drove up and Camaragibe bar at the restaurant know Toninho of the Bike we rented two bikes with him to. Our first idea was to make the beach walk, however, Toninho told us that it would be a long walk and there was absolutely nothing on the beach! I'm glad we followed your advice, because we made the bike path up the cliff with him and it totally holds. Passing the cliffs, the landscape is super cute and different and a swim there, is very worthwhile, recharging your energy to make the path of revolution.
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  • To get there, follow until the beach of Barra of Camaragibe and rent two bikes with Toninho of the Bike, which guided us how to get to the beach from the Hill. Initially, it is necessary to take a ferry to cross the River (crossing costs 10.00 per person round trip R$-back), the landscape of the crossing is already very pretty; then, we cycled for a trail between coconut trees (about 10 min) and have come to the beach. If you want to keep the pace up to the cliffs, it is possible to do it on the beach even, when the tide is low. For the sedentary ones, like me, back pedaling tired a little. But, it's worth a lot to shame! It took us to get back and, with the high tide, riding on soft sand is very difficult. But, back pedaling the trail between coconut trees tb, if you prefer. For those who do not like to ride, you can do the route walking. Don't forget to perfect the sunscreen! There are few shadows in place and there is no infrastructure to buy anything! The landscape is charming!
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  • Went to the beach of Morro de bicycles leased by BIKE, TONINHO, who gave us the way to take the ferry that would take us to the other side! The beach because it is extensive bike go! The beach is beautiful! With a farm next to the hill that gives its name to the beach! Thanks for the ride!
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