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Japaratinga Beach, Japaratinga

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A peaceful fishing village claims Japaratinga Beach's pristine coast. The locals are friendly, but expect visitors to care for their waters and sands properly, so bring a garbage bag to store your trash and take it out of the area with you. The green-blue waters are warm and safe for swimming while the sand is soft and clean. At low tide, pools form that are filled with sea life that you can observe from the rocky edge. You may even see a baby moray swimming around in one of these protected pools. Plan your visit to Japaratinga Beach and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Japaratinga itinerary maker.
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  • Super quiet beach, especially for those who have children and don't want to worry about. Good location for kayaking and kite surfing.
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  • Beautiful sea, inviting city for a nice walk and nature stimulates hosting. Is near maragogi and this makes a trip to this city also
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  • Nice location, the beach itself, better than that of Maragogi. Just not in the rain. RS. I think any beach is good with rain.
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Where to stay in Japaratinga

As you'd expect, most of the accommodations in Japaratinga cling to the coastal road, Rua Sebastiao Lins de Melo. Here you'll find comfortable bed and breakfasts--family-run, charming, and well-priced--as well as larger (but not too large) hotels, offering onsite swimming pools and other services for a little more money. Alternatively, consider staying in a rental apartment for an added sense of village life. Options farther inland thin out considerably, although a few more exclusive resorts make use of the flat, low land with pools, spas, and outdoor recreation areas.
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