Boraceia Beach, Bertioga

#4 of 10 in Outdoors in Bertioga
Boraceia Beach is located in Bertioga. To visit Boraceia Beach on your trip to Bertioga, use our Bertioga journey planning website .
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  • September 18, 2017
    Good beach for rest and fun for children. There's always a lifeguard around. Unfortunately there are people who insist on taking a dog to the beach, which contributes to the discomfort of the other bathers. I went this weekend and unfortunately so much on how there was a huge traffic jam on the way back.
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  • September 12, 2017
    Quiet beach on holiday, a few kiosks but give the job that make a excellent service and fair price. Wide strip of sand, saves lives ahead. Clean beach without hype.
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  • September 11, 2017
    The beach itself is very tasty, has stalls infrastructure with servings, drinks! However, the bad is to cross the footbridge, which links the beach Condo! Other than that you can all have fun! Recommend.
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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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