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The thing to do in this place is relax on the beach. Swim a little, surf, eat, drink, sleep, climb rocks on the beach, chat, drink, snooze, swim, read, surf, surf, surf, etc. Ah, there is also an internet cafe in this town. I've got a photo of the circular steps that lead upstairs to the 'cafe'.
There are a number of inexpensive restaurants to eat at. You'll also see the Asian influence spilling over from São Paulo in the menu offerings here. This is a popular beach destination for Paulistas.
Everyone I met was Brazilian. It may have been because it was off season and a Monday. I did not hear any English or German in this town. Yay! No expat community here—yet. But now that I've written about it here, watch it change! (I have the power...)
Written Dec 23, 2008
This was my all time favorite stop on my Brazil vacation. Sitting here drinking beer and eating some amazing fish while looking out at the view melted away shades of life in L.A. Everything was so simply straightforward, the quality, the freshness, the love - right out of a fairytale.
Written Dec 2, 2008
Address: On the south end of the beach