Mangaratiba Beach, Mangaratiba

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The site of a small port where you can catch a daily ferry or boat for the popular island of Ilha Grande, Mangaratiba Beach is located in a lush environmental reserve and has verdant mountains for a natural backdrop. You can enjoy a quiet day of swimming and sunbathing here. Numerous food kiosks are scattered along the beach’s white sands, and the nearby village offers bank/ATM services, as well several shops and small restaurants, which serve regional food and cold drinks. On this beach you can rent a small boat for a family trip along the coastline, with a stop at Ilha Grande, where you can visit the island’s tallest peak, noted for its panoramic view of the entire region. Mangaratiba Beach is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Mangaratiba Edition.
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  • Clean beaches and crystal-clear water, surrounded by mountains and beautiful nature. Well nice sites to enjoy all day.
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  • The beach itself is reasonable, but serves as a starting point for the big island and other islands of Angra dos Reis.
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  • I loved the place. The resort is amazing! Structure, power, team. I would like to commend also the entertainment of the hotel, especially the animator Mickey, he rocks! A great dancer, a great professional that has made all the difference in the period in which I was. Congratulations on professionalism and competence.
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Where to stay in Mangaratiba

Given the attractive coastal location, it's no surprise that Mangaratiba's accommodations cling the seaside and focus far more on looking out than staying in. Stick to the coastal roads and you'll see pretty much every lodging option here, with choice mainly limited to low-rise hotels. These vary in terms of amenities, size, and cost; expect to pay more for those with a demarcated area of private beach. Pre-booking is essential, because of the relatively small number of options available.
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