Praia da Fazenda
Fazenda Beach, on the North Coast of Ubatuba, was famous throughout Brazil for being the scene of memorable scenes of famous films and mini-series of national production, such as Hans Stadem, Desmundo, The Wall, The House of Seven Women, Ilha do Castelo Ra Tim Bum and several others. The beach has a wide range of well compacted sand and calm waters, with few waves, excellent for bathing. The beach has very flat terrain, so it takes a long time to start sinking into the sea. Praia da Fazenda is a preserved and practically pristine beach, with low frequencies throughout the year, attracting people in search of nature and peace. The appreciation of the meeting of the Atlantic Forest with the sea is the highlight of this tour. On the left side of the beach we find a rich mangrove in biodiversity and the bar of the Fazenda and Picinguaba rivers. Upon arriving at Fazenda Beach in Ubatuba, you will come across a guardhouse where you are asked for a voluntary contribution to preserve the place (normally a contribution of 10 reais is required).