Muriqui Beach, Mangaratiba

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Muriqui Beach is a long beach about 1200 m (4000 ft) long with calm and shallow waters. Being easily accessible by the Rio-Santos highway, this beach can get quite busy. Take a nice walk, eat acai on the edge, or go on a boat tour of the islands. Explore the nearby waterfalls and rivers and dine at one of the seafood restaurants. The night is alive with music on the waterfront. Be sure to check out the little train ride for the kids. Plan your visit to Muriqui Beach and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Mangaratiba trip builder tool .
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  • It was great, my husband and I like very, very excited, I enjoyed the beach, just the potion q is not cool, but it's nice to meet
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  • Very good 4 beaches and a swimming pool in the hotel charles Chaplin-all good! I visited my vo, picked up a red color, swam very! It is worth remembering the wonderful waterfalls!
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  • Good place to go get a coconut water or go eat a coconut candy. In fact, the traditional coconut candy of Muriqui is the best in the State of Rio de Janeiro.
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  • The beach suffers from having too many boats around leaving dirty water, but is excellent in the cost-benefit relationship with several kiosks on the edge.
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  • Very good beach I went to more than 12 years ago and I'd like to go back with my family anyone knows if you have a home to rent for weekends if solberem.me passes the contact from already thank you
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  • The beach is interesting, its Park next but there's only one way out, if you have a problem with the train, and he gets stopped in the city, nobody comes, nobody goes out.
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  • Promenade, packed on weekends, several kiosks offering many good options of snacks, dishes, in addition to songs and big young audience. On weekdays is very quiet, you can practice fishing, hiking, jogging.
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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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