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Sete Fontes Beach

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Sete Fontes Beach

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Fica a 14 km do Centro Litoral Sul, Ubatuba, State of Sao Paulo 11680-000 Brazil
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Creative & Natural trip or Transfer São Paulo-Paraty

This is a Unique experience for the people who need or want to go to Paraty but ddon´t want to take a simple tranfer.. <br>If you want to enjoy what it is in beetween São Paulo and Paraty , you will do it a lot with me.. You can chose the route and itineraty that best suits to you (we can eexplore the mountain side ... (close to Cunha) or the Beach side (close to Ubatuba) and when we will arrive to Paraty I won´t simply drop you off.. I will make you feel at home understanding fully the place where you are in order to enjoy it much more! In case you want to extend this one day trip to in 2 , 3 , 4 .. it will be possible with extra charge. In case you want just a simple transfer to Paraty please contact me , I can do it but adding something special that will not make you waste to much time ! Enjoy Brasil!
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Silcd wrote a review Sep 2019
Sao Paulo, SP40 contributions31 helpful votes
If you are going to Ubatuba don’t forget to visit this incredible beach! Crystal water, calm for the kids and excellent for snorkeling... and you also have a good food and some drink! But you only can go walking or by a boat ! Enjoy it!😁
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Fernanda N wrote a review Jul 2017
Chicago, Illinois83 contributions27 helpful votes
7 Fontes is a beach you can only access by boat or hiking. I definitely recommend the hike! You walk right in the middle of the rainforest and it's beautiful. Up and down a couple of hills and you get to a beautiful calm beach! You can enjoy a caipirinha, lay in the sun a while before you hike back! The views from the top of the hills are amazing! GO!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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pintofwine wrote a review Apr 2017
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While staying in the area we visited sete fontes, sununga, domingas dias, lazaro and ilha anchieta. For me sete fontes was the best. We visited via a boat trip called mykonos but it can be reached via a 40 minute hike from saco do ribeiro. The beach had a small Beach shack restaurant with limited and expensive food and drinks so its good to bring your own stuff. The sand was perfect, the water was warm and clear and perfect for swimming. Amazing green forrested hills surrounding the beach. Probably my favourite beach I've visited in Brazil. I'm guessing the locals would like to keep it for themselves 👌
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Date of experience: April 2017
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JoamiArias wrote a review Apr 2017
Brooklyn, New York233 contributions22 helpful votes
Crystal clear warm water, beautiful white sand, and burning sun were the things that I loved the most about this beach. There is an abandoned beach house to the right side of the beach that you can explore whenever. There are also some stores that sell food and liquor. The access is by boat only so enjoy the ride there.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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Ilgson wrote a review Jun 2016
Campinas, SP51 contributions19 helpful votes
Praia de Sete Fontes (Seven Creek Beach) is located in Ubatuba, SP and is a wonderfull beach, blessed by nature. There are seven creeks behind the beach, thus the name. Accessible by boat (or foot) only it sports half a dozen bars, which dispute customers arriving by boat with aluminum tenders. While some of the tender captains are good pilots, it happens more often than desirable that you boat gets some scratches. All bar/restaurants are managed by locals, some of them even being related. the drinks & food are typical, for the region and clearly overpriced. Take checks or cash with you, since they do not accept CCs. Nature is 4 points, service between 1 and 2, so a 3 star rating is all I can suggest.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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