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Gonzaga Beach, Santos
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Easy access to the city makes Gonzaga Beach a popular stop for locals looking to relax for a couple of hours. Rent a beach chair and an umbrella--make sure the price you're quoted for the pair is a flat rate and not by the hour--then grab a spot near the water where you can dip your feet in its refreshing foam. You'll be approached by snack sellers peddling ice cream, churros, and chips, but drinks are purchased at the stands that sporadically line the beach. Visit in the morning to avoid crowds, but come back at night to see the beach romantically lit by strings of bulbs. Make Gonzaga Beach part of your personalized Santos itinerary using our Santos vacation planner.
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  • Of the Saints, maybe George is the most famous (playing with the Vila Belmiro.. RS). Where you can leave the beach and enter the Mall, or leave the Mall and get to the beach, just across the Avenue.
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  • The Gonzaga beach is the most attractive, because this in the heart of Saints. Besides the beach be well beautiful with a beautiful beach promenade, has very close trade tb, such as bars, restaurants, shops, shopping.
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  • The gardens of the edge of the beach at Santos, the biggest and best treated. Beautiful. Gonzaga is definitely the meeting point of the guys. Has 3 shopping all very pleasant. Cinemas, bars and restaurants. ... Booksellers in the Plaza of the flags in the gonzaga, at the beach, has a streetcar on display. From this point leave a minibus that wander around town, and stopping points of interest.
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