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Felipe Ubatuba Guide wrote a review Oct 2014
Ubatuba, SP73 contributions22 helpful votes
This beach is the most typical village with traditional food, not too many people (except july, december, january). Friendly fishermen will sell you good food for a reasonable price. Besides it's a remaining ex-slave community. So tourism helps their development.
Paola M wrote a review Oct 2014
76 contributions23 helpful votes
If you don't like crowded beaches, as Praia Grande (where you barely can walk without bumping someone our something), this is a place you must visit. From Cacandoca you can go walking to Cacandoquinha, through a short trail into the woods and up the mountain that separates both beaches, both beautiful. Must go for family with kids, but the infrastructure is as poor as the others. Go early and get a nice place under the trees!…