Trip Planner : South America / Brazil / State of Pernambuco (PE) / Cabo de Santo Agostinho / Beaches / Paiva Beach
Paiva Beach, Cabo de Santo Agostinho
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
As you cross the bridge, the view of Paiva Beach is stunning, and when you reach its soft, golden sands you’ll be glad you paid the toll. Fringed by a dense forest of palm trees, the large beach gently slopes into crystal-clear water. The receding tide reveals small pools, sheltered by reefs, perfect for you to go swimming in. The unspoiled nature of this beach makes it a tranquil haven, and as it is relatively unknown by tourists, you will find more than enough space to recline and relax. There are few beach huts so you should come prepared with snacks and water. Using our international travel planner, Cabo de Santo Agostinho attractions like Paiva Beach can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Linda playa, amplia, hermosa vista. Algunos tramos tiene rocas y no es buena para bañarse, además en algunas partes hay carteles de advertencia por tiburones. La vista es hermosa, vale la pena conocer... read more »Beautiful, wide Beach, beautiful view. Some sections has rocks and it is not good for bathing, in some parts there are warning signs for sharks. The view is beautiful, it is worthwhile to know itshow original
Praia com mar calmo e com pedras para um banho de mar. Muitas casas bonitas ao redor e não há muitas opções de restaurantes no local. Bons hotéis. Para acesso há pedágio.Beach with calm seas and with stones for a sea bath. Many beautiful homes around and there aren't many dining options on-site. Good hotels. There are toll access.show original
Essa praia fica muita próxima da cidade. O acesso é muito bom. A praia é realmente linda, cheia de belezas naturais. Porém, não há nenhuma infraestrutura : não há bares, quiosques, banheiros, e nem me... read more »This beach is very close to the city. Access is very good. The beach is really beautiful, full of natural beauties. However, there is no infrastructure: there are no bars, kiosks, bathrooms, and even street vendors. Still worth a visit. The trick is to go in time of low tide, and enjoy the natural pools that emerge, wonderful!show original
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