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Baia dos Porcos, Fernando de Noronha

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Unwind in a South Atlantic paradise at Baia dos Porcos, ranked the among best beaches in Brazil. This 100 m (330 ft) long rock-studded stretch of white sand features turquoise waters, including many pools with colorful fish sheltered by high walls of black stone. Snorkel out by two spectacular rugged boulders just off the shore. Expect to navigate some rocky terrain, which makes the beach rather difficult to access. To visit Baia dos Porcos and other attractions in Fernando de Noronha, use our Fernando de Noronha vacation trip planner.
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  • A small beach when compared with the other, but with a beautiful and exotic. It's a quiet place to swim, but a little deeper in relation to other beaches. Don't advise people who have no practice with snorkeling or swimming to go alone because of the depth. However, if you have a little knowledge in this practice, you can turn right. The beach access is done on the stones from the praia da Conceição. There I found many colorful fish, crabs and even a stingray. Worth the visit!
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  • The path is an attraction, because you pass very close to one of the most beautiful postcards of Fernando de Noronha: the Morro Dois Irmãos. After a short excerpt about the stones, you arrive at Bay. It is essential to have the vest, mask and snorkel to enjoy diving, without getting tired, why don't you want to leave in ´ water. The marine life is varied, with colorful fish, stingrays, turtles. I even found a shoal of sardines. Beautiful. Seemed magical fish, with the sun shining on them. I did the walk through the Ilhatur. Despite having already read a few comments opposed to this tour, I disagree completely. I thought as much. Long enough to visit and meet various points of the island. And consider the Bay of pigs the high point of attraction.
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  • The view from the gazebo is stunning. The beach access is complicated and is done through gives beach. But the view from the top is worth the ride.
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  • One of the nicest bays of Fernando de Noronha; accesible via Cacimba beach.
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  • Praia pequena e muito linda. Snorkeling super recomendado quando não estiver tão cheio, pois nós afastamos os peixes com nosso barulho! Vista para o morro Dois Irmão é uma recompensa. Há sombras e a faixa de areia é pequena na maré alta. Acesso por uma trilha de pequena dificuldade.
  • Uma das melhores praias de Noronha. Se curte um mergulho e o mar estiver calmo, pegue seu snorkel e vá nadando até próximo do morro Dois Irmãos. Não se arrependerá.
  • NÃO DEIXE DE IR! apesar de pequena é linda demais, de à volta e desça lá!!! Do lado esquerdo passando as pedras tem um posso de uns 10m protegido contra as ondas com visibilidade excelente, leve o snorkel e aproveite!
  • A praia da Baía dos Porcos é bastante peculiar: isolada (acesso somente à pé), coberta de pedras negras e água azul/verde muito cristalina. Um verdadeiro paraíso que merece ser visitado!