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Muriqui Beach, Mangaratiba

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Beach Nature / Park
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. Before you head to Mangaratiba, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Mangaratiba trip itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Mangaratiba has to offer, including Muriqui Beach.
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  • From the shore this place is alright ... But on the water from a boat or a Jet ski, it's simply magical! navigate in between lush tropical Islands along schooners in the canals, go to little restauran...  more »
  • Muriqui is a small area that belongs to the city of Mangaratiba. It's a simple place, that belongs to the Green Coast of Rio de Janeiro state. It's famous for the tradition of serving meat on sticks. ...  more »
  • I was on holiday, the beach is improper. It has kiosks for brunch and lunch. The strip of sand is very thorough. Have Parking Facilities. Easy access
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