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  • Helio O
    Harrisburg, SD15 contributions
    The north Rosa beach is a party town. Average age probably 28 years old acting like 23 year olds. My wife and I were walking for literally less than two minutes into the party area and we were invited to an o**y by a group of girls. Between the north and south beaches (same beach just different areas) we sat by a nice Argentinian couple playing guitar and some fit girls with nice bodies were doing exercises next to us. A bit to the south there were umbrellas from the nice resorts nearby with (I believe) full service. The south Rosa beach is a family place. It’s out of this world! Only concern is coming into town. No infrastructure and we caught a 10 min traffic in under a 3km drive, but you can’t go wrong if you stay at a nice hotel. The one we stayed had is called Bucanero. The entrance is right in the heart of the bars of the town. You have less than a half mile walk (or drive) into the hotel itself with guava, banana trees and beautiful natural, and through the 10 min. back trail by foot or by a 4 minute boat ride over the lake you can get to the beach. I’ve never seen anything like it.
    Written January 3, 2021
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  • Artur A
    Torres, RS4,101 contributions
    Words seem to be useless to explain this really nice landscape and magic atmosphere full of sun, summer breeze where people hang out with friends and family.
    Place surrounded by green mountains where a big lagoon meets the ocean.
    Written January 9, 2018
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  • Everson S
    Austria316 contributions
    Fantastic place. Full of... nothing! The trail started from Praia do Rosa. Took us about 30 minutes to get there. It's very recommendable. Take food and drinks and please take your rubbish back with you. =)
    Written March 4, 2019
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  • Marciosb
    Sao Paulo, SP166 contributions
    I've been coming here for 15 + years. This was always an amazing beach. Structure was extremely limited, with virtually no houses by the beach. Parking was on the beach itself.
    Last time I went, during peak season, there were to many people and cars, it lost a bit of the feeling it used to have....
    Written February 6, 2016
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  • Haubert_F
    Portugal131 contributions
    Ibiraquera Lake is a beautiful place to enjoy any kind of aquatic sports. You can choose between the lake and the sea, so you can swim or surf or go kayaking, windsurfing or even practise kite surfing.
    Written December 12, 2017
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  • Marciosb
    Sao Paulo, SP166 contributions
    Forget the trendy environment of Rosa. Ibiraquera is more of a feet on the sand, no nightlife, relaxed environment. This is the place for surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and going to the (cold water) beach.
    Come and have fun.
    Written February 6, 2016
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  • StephKJ
    Santiago, Chile23 contributions
    Pretty lake for a photo which you can stop at on a walk along Praia do Rosa beach. Looks to have stand up paddle board place nearby for hire.
    Written April 1, 2016
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  • Sigrid K
    Saint-Genis-Pouilly, France39 contributions
    I love this beach and it has kept up well ;-) but they have built quite an ugly hotel right on the beach which shocks the eye (they could have done something more in line with the local style and surrounding nature) and in high season the beach is full of cars many equipped with boom boxes (an unfortunate habit still quite the norm in southern Brazil, although in Barra de Ibiraquere beach next to Luz they have banned the cars from the beach, which works for everyone's benefit!
    The waves are great and the scenery is still one of the best in the south of Brazil!
    Written January 14, 2016
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  • Christine N
    8 contributions
    Nice beach very crowded the weekend where people come and park their car on the beach especially families. A bit awkward to come by feet and tan alone. Nicer on weekdays.
    Written April 27, 2016
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