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With its wide, sandy beaches and well-developed tourism infrastructure, Bertioga seems at first glance like a fairly typical resort town. However, away from the sun loungers, visitors can discover a number of intriguing historical and cultural attractions. Activities include paddling in the Atlantic Ocean, exploring the country’s oldest fortress, and visiting an indigenous village. With fewer crowds than neighboring Guaruja and Sao Sebastiao, Bertioga serves as a prime vacation destination for those who prefer a quieter and more varied trip. With our international travel planner, Brazil vacations can be built around trips to Bertioga and other destinations in Brazil.
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Where to stay in Bertioga

Most of Bertioga’s visitors are domestic tourists, many of whom have holiday homes in the area. When the owners aren’t enjoying a vacation, they rent out the properties, at what is often a very reasonable rate. These homes-away-from-home vary widely, ranging from studio apartments to luxurious villas. If you’d prefer to stay in a hotel on your vacation, consider any of a number of large establishments near the beachfront. Bear in mind that prices tend to increase the closer you get to the sea. Bed and breakfasts or inns, referred to as “pousadas,” are often more budget friendly.
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