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Muriqui Beach, Mangaratiba

(1.9/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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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  • The city is large and populous. The Boardwalk is long and there is a diversification of kiosks to choose and taste of the customer. The amount of people on the beach is more than any other in the region of Mangalore, the swim, the water is dirty to my view.
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  • Muriqui and well populated beaches, bustling enough cover to cover, with bars and restaurants by the sea
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  • I'd like to speak well, but it will not be possible. The locker room is say, dirty and frequented by people without education and without the slightest commitment to environmental preservation and cleaning the place. Not to mention the noise, as the parade of cars with very high sound is right, without the slightest concern for the police, since this did not present. Unfortunately I had the displeasure to spend new year's Eve in this place and do not advise anyone to do so. I wonder what it would be like at the Carnival!
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