Coca Cola Lagoon, Rio das Ostras

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#2 of 6 in Nature in Rio das Ostras
As one might imagine, the dark color of Coca Cola Lagoon resembles the color of coca-cola. Not to worry, though, the water is clean, warm, and calm, perfect for a refreshing dip and ideal for children, too. The tables placed on the sand near the water provide a nice lookout for parents keeping an eye on their children. There are a number of various activities you can enjoy including paddle boating, kayaking, biking, rollerblading, and playing ball. The woods and the paths are ideal for a nice walk or bike ride. Be sure to check out the gazebo where you can take photos and the wooden tower for panoramic views of the whole site. To visit Coca Cola Lagoon and get the most from your holiday in Rio das Ostras, create itinerary details personal to you using our Rio das Ostras trip planner .
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  • The location is nice, along the beach. The water is warm, no refreshing. The color of the water is a little weird, gives a certain nojinho.
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  • Nice place, great for physical activities and take a bath in the pond, the view from the gazebo is very beautiful.
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  • It is interesting to discover the lagoon of coca cola, this has that name because of the color of water. The bath is recommended in most of the excerpts is not deep and quite a good set for families.
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As a growing seaside resort destination, Rio das Ostras features a blend of old and new, glitzy and down-to-earth in terms of places to stay. The majority of the city's larger hotels and more glamorous resort-style accommodations lie within a few blocks of the main beaches, and the area along the Praia Costa Azul features a particular concentration. As you might imagine, many hotels charge extra for an ocean view, so consider requesting a room without one to save a bit on lodging. As is the case throughout Brazil, you'll find plenty of "pousadas"--something like independently run, small-scale hotels, bed and breakfasts, and guesthouses--scattered around town, which often make solid budget options.
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