the Juquey beach is large and agreable, clean water. there are beach umbrella and chairs offered by the hotel.
We loved this beach for our family. The waters are calm and the view outward is amazing. What I don't like is the trash in the streets of the little town that borders the beach. It seems odd that the local population wouldn't want to keep such a beautiful beach pristine. And Brazil is expensive right now so all the... More
Clean water, great beach, not empty but not crowded. We woke up early (thanks to our 1-year old kid) and had a great early morning walk all along. Good restaurants and lodging options adds up to this beach.
The beach is very good not only for refreshing at the water, which has a very good temperature (reminds me Brazil's NE). It allows you to entertain with sports such as walking, playing volley since it is not difficult to move on that kind of sand. No dogs at the each, so it is very clean. Easy to find something... More
I liked the water temperature and the waves. good for surfing. I disliked the number of people in this period of the year and the pollution you can smell in the left side of the beach.
Paradise through and through. Nice pousadas, the odd architecturally interesting beachfront home, and stunning beach. Baracas on the beach offer everything for a day on the beach and most wandering vendors are nowhere as annoying as in Mexico.
This beach is very well frequented and you have many options of good restaurants. Avoid national holydays since the access can take more hours compared to a regular day.
The beach is nice, but the main street of the beach is horrible. There are a lot of homes there and it's a quite nice neighborhood. The beach is kinda hidden, so you might find it difficult to get there if you haven't been there before. The beach itself is not very different from any other beach in Brazil. This... More
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