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Jacone Beach, Saquarema

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Where to stay in Saquarema

Most of Saquarema's accommodations concentrate on the lagoon's southern edge. Choose from costlier hotels with plenty of amenities, simple accommodations like bed and breakfasts, and budget hotels. Prices and levels of luxury tend to increase with proximity to the water, whether the lagoon or the sea. Head out of town a bit to the east or west for simpler, less expensive beachside rooms.
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  • Jaconé beach is located in the small town of the same name, neighbor to Saquarema. In fact, Jaconé, New Bar, beach of the village, are all the same beach. Jaconé is a busier with kiosks on the beach and a higher concentration of people.
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  • Still very wild beach. Just of the waves too big to risk swimming but it is a must see!
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  • Jaconé is one of the most amazing beaches in the region, but that many years coexists with the neglect of both prefectures Saquarema as Maricá, since it's at the end of each of these cities. The waters are clean, but the sand is all kinds of dirt, a mixture of bad manners of some regulars with lack of cleanliness by the City Hall. There are no kiosks and Beach Street remains today without asphalt, despite promises of politicians. Unfortunate that a paradise like this, so close to Rio de Janeiro is so dumped to fend for themselves. The visit is worth by the beauty of the place, with white-sand beach and sea where you still can see tatuís and where fishermen make the party.
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