the longest beach on the island is also one of the wildest, having been declared a state park and nature reserve along with the neighboring dunes and vegetation that separate it from residential rio vermelho. apart from sunny weekends in the summer, when clueless SUV drivers and motor-bikers take to its pristine sands (and leave their trash behind for good measure), it's a fantastic experience when accessed on foot by one of the various trails across rolling dunes and woods. if you really have to go by car, use main entrance to the reserve and park just before you reach the beach. no infrastructure whatsoever. beware of thieves, leave nothing of value in the car. or, more importantly, any evidence of your presence there.
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