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The beaches  from Brazil, with more than 2,000 in total, are famous worldwide and receive a large number of tourists


Of the 26 Brazilian states, nine do not have access to the sea, in addition to the Federal District. Most of the 17 coastal states have their capitals close to the coast, with the exception of Porto Alegre (Rio Grande do Sul), Curitiba (Paraná), São Paulo (São Paulo), Teresina (Piauí), Belém (Pará) and Macapá (Amapá ).

Brazil's coastline is 7,491 kilometers long, making it the 16th longest national coastline in the world.


The entire coastline is adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean. A considerable number of geographic features can be found in Brazilian coastal areas, such as islands, reefs and bays.

We separate for you some places with the most beautiful beaches in Brazil:

North Coast — has the smallest extension. It is formed by recent sediments, with a predominance of restingas, lagoons and mangroves; It covers the coast of Amapá and Pará.

Northeast Coast — is the longest. In it are located beaches and dunes, in addition to some important commercial ports. Its diversity of landforms is concentrated between the east of Rio Grande in the North and the Sergipe - Bahia border.

Southeast Coast — characterized by low coasts (mainly in the north of Espírito Santo) and cliffs, it also has restingas, lagoons and mangroves in its southern part. It is clearly dominated by the hilly coastline. It is the busiest in the country, with important commercial ports, such as Santos and Rio de Janeiro.


South Coast — is formed by low and sandy coasts mainly between the south of SC and Chuí, in addition to extensive lakes in Rio Grande do Sul. The main ports are Itajaí, Paranaguá and Rio Grande.

Perfect for you, check it out:

Tides are generally low, with amplitudes ranging from 2 to 4 meters. Only the coast of Maranhão registers high tides: 7.80 meters, in São Luís, and up to 8.16 meters, in Itaqui.

The South Atlantic has an average salinity of 37%, higher than that of the oceanic waters of planet 35.



The high temperatures, the constant winds and the intense evaporation make these indices increase even more in the saline regions.

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