5 Brazilian Beaches Everyone Needs To Discover!

Last Updated on February 14, 2020

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Everybody knows that Brazil has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. And it comes as no surprise considering that the country has an extensive coastline with over 4,600 miles and a privileged location (between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Equator) that makes its climate extremely pleasant all year round.

The fact that Brazil has such a long coastline means that there are many different types of beaches that can appeal to all kinds of travelers. This article aims to explore precisely this diversity by showing you all the unique and unbelievable wonders that Brazil has to offer.

Book a flight ticket to Brazil for your next vacation and enjoy yourself in some of the most beautiful places in the world you can visit. The following list will give you a couple of ideas for your itinerary – that is why we divided them by city. Don’t forget to create a playlist full of bossa nova and samba to start getting into the Brazilian spirit.

Oh, and put a travel pillow in your backpack to help you survive the long-haul flight to Brazil!


1. Rio de Janeiro

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Rio has two of the most popular beaches in the world: Copacabana and Ipanema. So, if you are visiting Rio during the high season you have to be prepared to find a huge crowd sunbathing in both these places (you might even struggle to find a spot for your beach towel).

It is truly fascinating if you consider that Copacabana beach has more than 2.5 miles of sand. It also offers a wide range of sports activities and the city has great hotels, restaurants, and nightclubs.

Remember that the city of Rio de Janeiro is not exactly known to be the safest place in the world for tourists – so take all the necessary precautions to avoid major problems.

Ipanema beach became worldwide famous thanks to the magnificent song “The Girl From Ipanema” –written by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraisin 1962 that won a Grammy three years later (the English version was written by Norman Gimbel).



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