The Beaches at Porto Seguro

Porto Seguro is a popular holiday destination in Brazil. It is even one of the most popular destinations in South America. Every year thousands of tourists go to this seaside resort. The place itself is relatively small, but the municipality of Porto Seguro prefers more than 80 kilometers of white beaches.

About Porto Seguro:

Porto Seguro is a Brazilian town on the Atlantic Ocean. The place name means safe harbor in Portuguese. Tourism is an important source of income for the population. This, incidentally, in addition to the agricultural sector, where cashew nuts and coconuts are important lifelines.

The town of Porto Seguro has a center with historic buildings from colonial times. So you can visit the Igreja da Misericôrdia. This is a church from the eighteenth century. You will find mainly restaurants and hotels along the coast.

The beaches of Porto Seguro are for many people an ideal place to stay. It is even a big party every night because almost every beach pavilion at one of the beaches organizes a party once a week.

And that does not always start in the evening, because sometimes parties start in the afternoon. Porto Seguro itself is a quiet place during the day, where you can shop easily. In the evening, however, it is one big party. The Passarela do Álcool is the entertainment area

where you can party until late:

The municipality of Porto Seguro is best known for its beaches. Well-known and the most popular beaches are Mundia and Taperapuã. Mundia is a beach on the north side.

This is especially frequented by families with children. At Taperapuã you can find many restaurants and hotels.This entry was posted in Brazil and tagged Atlantic, Porto Seguro, beaches, vacation, South America

Experience the fascinating holiday destination Brazil:

Brazil is the largest country in South America and is best known for the annual carnival in Rio de Janeiro. But Brazil has much more to offer besides a great carnival. It is a fascinating country with a lot of culture, beautiful nature and the longest coastline in the world. Also not unimportant, the hospitable population welcomes you with open arms.

At a glance:

In the northeast, there are beautiful beaches and you will also find the national park Iguaçu where you can admire the Iguaçu Falls. In the west, Prenatal is the largest wetland in the world.

There you have the chance to admire different species of animals up close, like the giant anaconda. In the north and northwest, you have the Amazon, the largest tropical rainforest in the world is a must-see for every nature lover.

From Sao Luiz, in the north:

you can organize a day trip to the Lencois Maranhenses nature reserve. There you can walk over countless sand dunes and swim in beautiful blue lagoons. Finally, the big cities cannot remain unmentioned. Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo are dynamic world cities that are certainly worth a visit.

Climate and travel time:

Brazil is a huge country with different climate zones. In the south, the months of June, July and August are on the cool side, while in the north it is still nice and warm.

It is wise to plan and prepare a trip to Brazil properly. Everything depends on the places you want to visit. If you want to visit the Pantanal and the Amazon then the best travel time is June to October. If you prefer a beach holiday then the months of December to March are ideal.
Currency

In Brazil, the Real is paid. In all major cities:

you can pay and pay with bank cards. Some caution is in place. Pin preferably during busy days in busy environments such as (indoor) shopping centers. As a result of the World Cup, several books and websites have been published with do’s and don’ts.

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