Too crowded, the water was warm and nice, the san is soft, clean, but tooo many people in the beach!
You can do stand up paddle, ridding a banana boat or caiaque, `cos the sea is calm and green. i only suggest to avoid high season because the beach becomes very crowded!!
I love Floripa and think it is great to take a car to visit around and not stay only in Floripa.Bombinhas is one of the most beautiful and charming beaches in southern Brazil. I spent many summers in santa Catarina since I was a child and bombinhas is my favorite one over there.
Located near the island of Florianópolis, this beach has calm waters and great sights. During summer, try to avoid the “super” high season between Christmas and early February, when traffic might make you obliged to stay longer in the place. If you’re looking to some rest and very charming (and relaxed, take note - not really a place with much... More
A very long beach with the calmest water, must be shielded as the other bays were quite choppy, the safest beach for swimming i have come accross, lovely sand, good choice of bars (big enough to avoid the odd noisey bar, great views all around, as i said, as good as a beach can get.
Bombinhas is one of the best spots of the south of Brazil for vacations. Clear water, white sand, is the perfect spot to spend some time and rest. It is a little crowded between Dec 20 and Jan 02, but all other beaches are also at this time of the year. Traffic kinda sucks, but if you came here to... More
It's one of my favorite places to summer vacations, but it gets overcrowded sometimes and you have to get there early to get the right spot at the beach. People from different countries (mostly Brasil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay) share the beach peacefully.
I agree it is a beautiful place. The beach has clean, clear water. Also, there are many options of nice restaurants and bars. However, when it comes to what the goverment should provide, there is trouble. The traffic is awful. It may take you over two hours to drive from the highway to the beach, through a local road (... More
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