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Apparently these are the longest seafront botanic gardens in the world.
They are well laid out and you can meander along the paths and keep an eye on the beach at the same time.
There are lots of sculptures along the way and there is...More
My wife and I had planned to walk along the very long garden between the sandy beach and the busy roadway. However, once it started to rain, we gave up. It looks like that there is a very good paved path for bicycles or roller...More
This is the longest Garden side by side to the Ocean of South America.
There are 7 KM to walk or ride a bycicle.
The temperature of the Water to swim is perfect and on top of 25 Celsius during the Summer.
If you love...More
Santos has the largest open air gardens in the world (Guinness Book of Records). Sharing an island with neighboring city of Sāo Vicente, Santos was founded in 1542 while S Vicente in 1531 (first Brazilian City). Santos hosts the largest/busiest port of South America, the...More
Santos, located some 75km from São Paulo, was an important entry point into Brazil, as it brought waves of immigrants in, and was and still is the main export point for the Brazilian products, including coffee. The port is also the largest seaport in Latin...More
Extremely beautiful well kept gardens along the extension of the shore. A variety of trees, plants and flowers spread between the street and the edge of the sidewalk by the sand. Several exercises stations if you are in a mood to exercise, or benches to...More
Spent 4 days on the beach. Although not entirely clean, the sand is flat and had great fun in the sea due to good active waves with no under current. This is a family friendly beach - no intimidation and everyone keen to look after...More