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The History of Ubatuba begins in 1563, when Padre Anchieta promotes the so-called Paz de Iperoig with the Indians led by Cunhambebe. Currently, the city has 748 thousand square meters of total area, 102 beaches, more than 20 islands and a large part of its territory is of pristine Atlantic Forest. Its beaches offer conditions for surfing, diving, fishing, sailing and for all types of water sports. Great tours and visits at the Tamar Project, Ubatuba Aquarium, next to the famous Calçada do Itaguá where you will find several shops and local shops with handicrafts and also restaurants with typical local and regional food with seafood.

Maranduba Beach

Maranduba is close to the neighborhoods: in the back, Rio Escuro, which reserves cultural stories and refreshing waterfalls; on the right side, Praia do Pulso and Caçandoca where there is a quilombola stronghold and an unparalleled trail, the Saco das Bananas; on the left is Sapé and Lagoinha beach. Following a trail, you can reach the beaches of the West, Praia do Perez, Praia do Bonete, Praia do Bonete and Praia do Deserto. Walking around Maranduba is undoubtedly fun and a constant discovery

Caçandocas Beach

An area of ​​890 hectares, has the small Quilombo Community occupies areas of the beach and the backlands of Caçandoca, among them the locations of Praia do Pulso, Caçandoca, Caçarquinha, Bairro Alto, Saco da Raposa, São Lourenço, Saco do Morcego, Saco da Banana and Praia do Simão. It consists of a nature reserve with a beach and a lot of greenery, which has become a charm in the eyes of everyone who passes through the region.

Boneto Beach

Praia do Bonete is an excellent option for those seeking intense contact with nature, with a trail through the forest with easy access. It is a beach with crystal clear water, yellowish sand, an extremely preserved environment. An ideal "point" for those looking for intense contact with nature. Access is via trails

Renata Waterfalls

Cachoeira da Renata located just 5 km from Recanto Maranduba. Wonderful waterfall with crystal clear water, very exuberant place, ideal for swimming, refreshing, having fun with friends and family.


Visit the Historic city of Paraty, a small town with mountains as a backdrop on the Costa Verde of Brazil. Its Portuguese colonial center has cobbled streets and buildings from the 17th and 18th centuries from the time it functioned as a port during the Brazilian gold cycle. Among its architectural landmarks is the Chapel of Santa Rita by the sea, a whitewashed church built in 1722.

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