Suarao Beach, Itanhaem

#6 of 16 in Outdoors in Itanhaem
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  • September 10, 2017
    Out of season is a paradise for those who want to stay out of linge pollution, queues. And Peruíbe is really close.
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  • September 3, 2017
    I went in low season, maybe that's why I didn't like so much of the experience, but the large amount of kiosks were closed, as well as the beach was extremely empty, becoming target of marginality. I imagine that in season will be different, which still don't explain the timely closure of several dali kiosks
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  • April 27, 2017
    Quiet, however, with few options of infrastructure, few kiosks running, most were closed, I didn't find any restaurant in the space where I was, and I told the few q q existed were many kilometers away.
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Where to stay in Itanhaem

As you'd expect in a town popular for its beaches, the greatest number of accommodations in Itanhaem do their best to get as close to the golden sands and sea as possible. These range from upmarket beach club hotels and resorts offering private beaches and bars with sea views, to simple, unfussy bed and breakfasts located beachside. Follow the river inland to find resort-style accommodations surrounded by the lush vegetation and tropical feel of the Atlantic Forest. To get out into the region's formidable rural areas, consider staying at one of the motels along Rodovia Padre Manoel da Nobrega, the main road for heading in and out of town.
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