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It was nice to spend time at this beach watching the local kids jumping in the lagoon. The sand is black, so quite different to other beaches on IG. Worth a visit as it's only 10 mins walk from Abraao. We even had some violin...More
We were there on a Sunday and it was very busy, many Brazilian families with picnics and lots of cans of beer!! There wasn't a large area of sand exposed but where it was, it was soft and golden with swathes of black. Several rocks...More
We walked here from town in 10-15 minutes. The beach offers many small places to lie around. Be aware of the tide. Many children playing around. I believe it’s a nice place to go after visiting the ruins.
My children loved the mix of black and golden sand as you could make stripes sandcastles. There's not much sand so the beach gets busy on holidays, but it's still not Rio at the weekend - there's space for everyone. The water is pretty calm...More
You reach this beach through a well-maintained path through the forest. It is maybe a 15 or 20-minute stroll through a forest along the coast. The beach is not completely black like the beaches in parts of Hawaii, it has a black surface for a...More
This was a small beach and I personally found it to cold the day I went to acctually go in the water so hard to review. What I can say is if you have half a day where you have to stay close to the...More
As part of a small loop in the north east of the island this beach is about 15min walk from Vila do Abraao. With plenty of sign posts once you enter the walk/national park area it's easy to find. It's a lot more private that...More