The preferred setting for anyone visiting São Sebastião is the beach. Get out of the jungle of stone and come to a place of peace, where the noise of the sea waves relax us and make us forget everything that is not calm, quiet and rest. In addition to Cambury Beach where our space is “foot in the sand”, we list some beautiful beaches, very close to the Nau Royal, for you to visit and fall in love with our Coast.
barra do una
One of the most beautiful landscapes of the North Coast, Barra do Una brings together the delights of the beach and the mountain. The Una river descends the mountain range and flows into the sea along the northern edge of the beach. Beach with crystal clear waters, clear and loose sand. The waves are stronger along the beach and calm in the encounter with the Una River.
It is three and a half miles of fine white sand, calm sea on the left corner of the beach and good waves on the other – ideal for surfing – transparent waters. Besides the sea bath and the stretched out on the canga to relax in the sun, the tourist also enjoy its infrastructure, where there are great options of restaurants and shops.
Black of small extension, they are revealed like true monuments to the nature. Dark and thin sands, calm transparent waters and shallow. The almost wild green and a small stream give a paradisiacal touch to this hidden beach in the eyes of those who pass the Rio-Santos Highway. Located right in front of the Islands, where it is possible (for those who have a certain ability) to paddle from Stand-Up Paddle.
BARRA DO SAHY
Barra do Sahy, with its horseshoe format gives a very cozy touch to the beach, with calm sea, clear water and white sand. In the south corner of the beach, there are the rocks of Canto Bravo. Very tall, form an amazing natural pool and lush.
The name Whale is due to the Island of the Cats, located in front. The shape of this island, seen from Praia da Baleia, is very reminiscent of this cetacean. Of long extension, hard sand and calm waters, this beach owns one of the greater areas of Atlantic Forest of the paulista coast. A great beach for swimmers and families – but on the southern side the Whale receives waves of south and southeast, forming full, long and maneuverable waves, suitable for surfing.
Cambury Composed of a sea of clear blue waters, fine, white and loose sands, the charm of Cambury is precisely in its rusticity, bringing a quiet and cozy neighborhood feel. Great for surfing, stand-up paddle, swimming and for a good walk at dawn.
Along with Camburi Beach, Praia do Camburizinho forms a beautiful natural complex famous on the north coast of São Paulo, where the two beaches are separated by a small peninsula with an islet. Although it is next to the famous Camburi beach, Camburizinho is characterized by being a quieter beach.
Boiçucanga is a word of indigenous origin and designates a region that limits the lands of the Indians Tupinambás, to the north and Tupiniquins. Boiçucanga has 1km of soft yellow sand, open and limpid sea, perfect on quiet days for a practice of stand-up paddle, swim and dive. At the northern corner of the beach, where you can swim in the Boiçucanga River, focus on the small local fishing boats that still live in the fishing, keeping the tradition of their ancestors.
With five kilometers of extension, white sands and crystalline waters. Whether it’s bars, restaurants, night clubs or lodging, the place is also the only one that is promoted by the excellence of its waves, surfing championships – including world-wide stages.Maresias is on the list of beaches for a delightful sea bath.
A small and cozy village that maintains the climate caiçara amid summer houses and mixed inns and hotels. Through the narrow reaches you get to the beach with clear water, soft white sand. In front, the slab of Maresias offers divers unforgettable underwater adventures.
A beach hidden in the woods, a great choice for those looking for a routine beach experience. Santiago is indicated to those who enjoy tranquility and nature.
TOQUE - TOQUE PEQUENO
Touch a small chapel built at the beginning of the century still holds the memory of the former occupants of the village. In the north corner, there is Ilha Toque Toque Toque Pequeno.
TOQUE - TOQUE GRANDE
A beach of thick, loose sands, residential and characterized by the fishing tradition. Ahead is the Toque Grande Toque Island, a place of great marine wealth, perfect for diving.
The clear, soft sand contrasts with the immensity of the Atlantic Rainforest. Sea that goes from calm and shallow waves, to excellent waves for surf lovers. But be careful, depending on the day and weather, the sea can be as dangerous as an ancient legend: known also by the Legend of the Cave of the Bug, say that there long ago inhabited a huge snake that devoured the navigators who passed by.
Beach of tame and shallow waters, great for bathing, and a wide strip of hard sand. It has an infinite variety of stalls for the consumption of those who visit. The beach of Barequeçaba is one of the main resorts of São Sebastião, and was once one of the “points” of summer in the North Coast.