Puruba Beach


The Puruba Beach (Praia do Puruba) is a tumble beach with about 1500 meters and fine and soft white sands, calm sea and with surroundings wooded.

The confluence of the waters of Puruba and Quirim rivers makes this beach special, very appropriate for a bath.

To reach the beach, you must cross the Puruba River. There you will find boats ready to take you on the beach (the local boatmen charge a fee for transport).

There is a caiçara ( local people ) village in the area, which maintains its customs such as artisanal fishing, dances and religious festivals.

In the village there are a chapel, school, houses and bars.

It has some simple inns, campsites, bars and restaurants that open in the high season.


Inns, hotels and other lodging

Naturam indicates the establishments below:


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How to get there

The access is by km 34 of BR 101 road, and more 2 km until you get to the village. Then it is necessary to cross the river with local boatmen or follow a trail close to km 35.

Latitude -23.3551, Longitude -44.9365

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