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We’d been told to visit Muro Alto Beach. It was only a 10-15 minute drive from our resort in Porto de Galinhas. It’s a bad road to get down to it and it feels like it’s in the middle of nowhere although there are plenty...More
(EN)Muro Alto is an excellent option for those looking for a place to relax with calm water. Nice landscape, however, I recommend to be very attentive and check the bill when consuming anything from the cafes and bars on the beach (Especially at Barraca do...More
There's a Muro Alto beach where everyone hangs out. It's not bad. The water is nice, good for kids. Lots of bars/restaurants. Food is okay. We liked the fact that they had restrooms and showers.
Now, there's another part of Muro Alto that has no...More
Muro Alta is generally ok beach that was clean and offered warm shallow, calm water
Suffers from too many cafes and bars on the beach itself and is a bit too long drive from Porto village
Ok for a half day trip
Good beach with no wave, there are rocks breaking the sea around 50m from the beach so it feels like a gisnt swimming pool. Water reasonably transparent but the place got a lot things to do. Kayak, standup etc... Given the calm sea, everything is...More
There is parking at the end of the road . We got bracelets so we could use the shower
and toilets . It also allowed us to use the chairs at the beach , get served food and drinks . The only problem is that...More
We saw the great reviews and decided to go visit Muro Alto Beach. We decided to ride their via the buggy that was driving there. On first impression of the beach was calm and relax, but the reef barrier was meek with little and no...More
Response from RoseG1391 | Reviewed this property |
Eu fiquei hospedada,em Muro Alto, eu vi de madrugada tinha pescadores pescando, oque estava pescando não consegui visualizar, mas parecia caranguejos, mas pode ser que tenha barcos de pescadores locais.