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The paths / trails to the beach are giving you beautiful views of river, dunes, and/or mangroves. However, once reaching the beach we were quite disappointed, since pretty ordinary. So unless you come to Itaúnas for much more than beach only, I recommend to go...More
I have been to Itaunas almost 20 years ago. And it is so good to notice that it is still calm and peaceful. Very nice local people and excelent food.
Another remarcable point is that it is still very preserved and clean.
Wonderful place to relax. If you do not like the buzz near the kiosks, you can take the Tamandaré path and you will get to a quieter part of the beach (but still only 5 minutes walk from all the buzz, washrooms and refreshments)
I have been visiting Itaúnas the last fifiteen years of my life. Every time that I go there I meet new friends, visit different restaurants e do different activities because there are many nature activities to do there. Go to the beach, go tracking, watch...More
To visit the beach you have to walk through the dunes. These are very beautiful. There is also a walking path (just after the bridge between the village of Itaunaus and the national park). This is also very nice. You walk between trees and you...More
Best rated among Costa Dourada and Riacho Doce beach, as it holds a bit of story, bigger infrastructure and a super relaxing vibe. You can eventually go for some surfing at the beach, and it is also highly recommended to watch the sunset over the...More
All I wanted was to take my kids to a real wild beach where they could learn about nature and where we could enjoy Brazilian 'winter' holidays under 30 degrees Celsius. I got it all and much more. The original town was covered in sand...More