The Best Maragogi Brazil Resorts

Looking for the best Maragogi Brazil resorts? Maragogi, with its mangroves and sandy beaches, is a growing town where locals and visitors both head to the beach for sunset drinks and socializing. The most sought-after treasures are off the coast, at the Gales de Maragogi marine reserve with crystal-clear ponds, coral reefs, and colorful fish.

The most famous attraction in Maragogi is the amazing natural pools. Even if there were no other reasons to get to know Maragogi, that alone would be worth the trip. You can reach the natural pools by boat. The most famous one is Galés but there two others that have only been opened to the public recently and therefore are more preserved, Taocas and Barra Grande.

Maragogi is not limited only to its beautiful beaches! The Visgueiro Trekking, Mirante belvedere and São Bento Monastery are three inland attractions of the city that are also worth visiting, so be sure to fit them between one beach and another. Maragogi has a great variety of bars, restaurants and nightlife. Visit the most amazing beaches in Brazil here, or on Pinterest.

Maragogi Weather – When to Visit

Maragogi has a tropical climate with warm and humid weather all throughout the year. During summer (October thru May, the weather can get hot (upper 80s to lower 90s), but there is very little rainfall during this time. Winter (June thru September) sees milder temperatures (upper 70s), but this is when you will see all the rainfall. The best time to visit Maragogi is during the months of November thru February when the rains won’t spoil your days at the beach.

Discover the Beaches of Maragogi

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Antunes Beach

Antunes Beach is famous for its aqua blue waters, a unique landscape even for that area. Antunes’ main feature is the sandbanks that form at low tide, from where you can walk into sea, knee-deep in the water. With calm warm waters, Antunes Beach is an excellent choice for those who want to further explore all the attractions on the coast of Maragogi.

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Barra Grande Beach

Perfect for a swim in a quiet beach with turquoise colored water and white sand. Great place if you want to avoid crowded places and street vendors.

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Ponta de Mangue Beach

Ponta de Mangue is unique and peaceful. With the reefs being far away from the beach, there are no strong waves, which permits you to dive, swim, or just relax. By the way, I strongly advise you to dive next to the reefs, where you can see an immense variety of fish and sea animals.

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Peroba Beach

Peroba Beach is a long and very active beach. It has many beach bars and some great restaurants. There are many types of Chalets, hotels and pouadas all along the beach. It get rather crowded in season and on most weekends. It’s a fun beach.

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Maragogi Beach

The long sandy coast of Maragoji Beach surrounded by coconut palms allows you to find a vacation spot for every taste – from more busy corners to oases of silence and solitude near the rocks. The beach is great for snorkeling with lots of coral and colorful fish.

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Best Maragogi Tours & Activities

Carneiros Beach Tour

This is a full day tour, starting in the morning and returning in the late afternoon. Let’s go straight to our point of support in Praia dos Carneiros, where it is possible to enjoy all the structure that the place offers, besides, of course, to be enchanted with the natural beauties of Praia dos Carneiros. Book your Carneiros Beach Tour Here.

São Miguel dos Milagres Tour

This is a full day tour, starting in the morning and returning in the late afternoon. We will go straight to our point of support in the Beach of São Miguel dos Milagres, where it is possible to take advantage of all the structure that the place offers, besides, of course, to be enchanted with the natural beauties. Guests wishing to take the tour to meet the manatee are taken to the manatee association. Book your Sao Miguel dos Milagres Tour Here.

Porto de Galinhas Tour

This is a full day tour, starting in the morning and returning in the late afternoon. We will go directly to our support point in Porto de Galinhas, where it is possible to enjoy all the structure that the place offers, besides, of course, to be enchanted with the natural beauties in Porto de Galinhas. Book your Porto de Galinhas Tour Here.

Recife x Maragogi Airport: Private Transfer

Transfer from Recife Airport to your chosen location in Maragogi or vice versa. After your reservation we will contact you for confirmation. On the day of the transfer we will be at the airport landing with a sign indicating your name. We have options for a car for 4 pax or Spin for 6 pax (bags in the trailer). Maximum of 4 large suitcases for the small car option. In the Spin option we have enough space in the trailer for up to 10 bags. Book your airport transfer here.

Top 5 Maragogi Restuarants
Tua Casa Under $10

Food: Quick bites, Brazilian, Diner Address: Avenida Estrela do Mar 113 Lot 24- Ponta do Mangue Beach Telephone: 55 82 99978 8393 Web: Tua Casa

Kedi Sorvetes $11 – 30

Food: Brazilian, Vegan Options, Dessert Address: Rua Governador Afranio Lages Loja 03 – Galeria Beth Fashion Telephone: 55 81 98225 4564 Web: Kedi Sorvetes

Camurim Grande $30 & Over

Food: Brazilian, Seafood, South American Address: Al 101 Norte, Km 124 Telephone: 55 82 3296 2044 Web: Camurim Grande

Dona Maragô Bistro Under $10

Food: Italian, Pizza Address: Rua de Dentro, 22, Dist. Barra Grande Telephone: 55 81 99957 1013 Web: Dona Marago Bistro

Meraki Beach $11 – 30

Food: Brazilian, Seafood, Vegetarian Friendly Address: Rua da Praia – Praia de Barra Grande 616 Praia De Barra Grande Telephone: 55 82 3296 6103 Web: Meraki Beach

The Best Maragogi Brazil Resorts

26 Comments

  1. Lilly Land

    Man, this is my idea of Heaven.  Your pictures and video have me drooling since the weather here is currently hovering near freezing.  I’ve never been out of the US but I’ve always wanted to travel.  Do you think 70 is too old to travel? My husband doesn’t want to travel so if I went, I would have to find a tour group to go with.

    I had a friend in college from Brazil but we lost touch.  I haven’t learned Portuguese, but I bet I could learn enough to get by if I’m fortunate enough to visit that Paradise on earth.  Are there accommodations for the mobility challenged?

    There are so many gorgeous beaches pictured on your site, that I’m going to be pouring over them for days, or weeks.  Anytime I get too sick of the cold, I can pull up your website and dream of a Brazilian vacation.

    Thank you so much for giving me this glimpse of such a beautiful location. Do you think the people who live there all the time take it for granted?

     

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am sure that people who live there do take it for granted.  I know I live on a beautiful beach, and I did not visit one time this summer.  Granted, we did have red tide for a considerable amount of the summer.

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  2. MIchel

    These places look great. I am not one for sitting for long hours on beaches so I would definitely take part in the tours as they are more interesting. Do you do the Carneiros tour on foot or in a bus?

    Sao Miguel also looks great and that ought to be interesting as I see it is a whole day. There must be a lot to see in that area.

    Do you know if these tours cater for people in wheel chairs?

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      On the tour you will be riding in an air conditioned vehicle.  I do not know about wheel chair access.  You would have to check with the tour company I believe to find out.  I am sure they would though.

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  3. Johnny

    Hi! What a nice place! It sure is cheaper than Maldivas! Maragogi seems to have a lot a natural places and beautiful landscapes. Thanks for the info about restaurants as well, you even inform about prices!! I will deffinetly talk to my wife and consider this destination for our upcoming vacations!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Johnny, glad you enjoyed your visit to the best Maragogi Brazil Resorts.

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  4. Aly

    I absolutely love traveling to Brazil, and since it’s a long flight for me, I want to make sure that I make the most of my time while I’m there. This is a really helpful tool for finding the best Maragogi Brazil resorts. You’ve provided some great options for lodging, dining, and fun activities! Thanks for helping me to quickly find all the relevant info for a great trip to Maragogi!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are  welcome Aly, thank you for visiting the best Maragogi Brazil Hotels and taking the time to leave me comments.

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  5. Lee

    This was a very informative article to read. I’d never heard of this area in Brazil before, nor did I know that there were coral reefs with amazing beaches. It looks like a really unique spot to visit. Would you recommend this area for a family vacation? I definitely will have to put this on my list of places to someday visit. Thanks for sharing all your insights!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, of course you could take a family vacation here.  It would be wonderful.  Some of the hotels I have listed are perfect for families.  Please let me know if I can answer any questions for you.

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  6. Mike Yardley

    I have a few friends that have spent time in Brazil, and two of them both mentioned this area.  I have had in my mind that I should take a trip that way, but your article has moved it firmly into the bucket list column.  I’m especially interested in visiting Taocas and Barra Grande.  When our family visited Cancun the Senotes were at the top of the highlights and I’m sure these would top the list of this trip.  

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I would agree that these should be visited when you are in Maragogi.  Please let me know if you  have any additional questions.  Thanks for taking the time to leave me some input 🙂

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  7. Caleb Utrera

    More ideas for the summer and a nice relaxation for a vacation! I really see a interest in Barra Grande Beach. The palm trees along the coast make it look so much beautiful and down with nature as well. It makes the beach and scenery way better than having little to know nature surroundings. It’s a place for me since I don’t like being in crowded places as it is a lot of noise and how can people even enjoy a vacation if it’s very noisy. Thank you for the best suggestions for the beaches in Brazil as I have already found the one beach for me.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Caleb, I do hope you enjoy Barra Grande Beach in Maragogi Brazil.  Thanks for visiting beach travel destinaitons.

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  8. Danny

    This really a one stop holiday/trip planning site. Super convenient as all of the information is on hand with tips to ensure you secure the best location & price. There are so many aspects to take in consideration when planning a holiday, without the proper information it can end in disaster, this site takes a chunk of that hassle away. I would feel confident in booking a trip to a brand new location based on the advice supplied within your articles, safe in the knowledge that I would have various recommended places to check out.

    Great site, superb layout and a no hassle customer experience.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you Danny.  I am glad you feel confident with my site.  Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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  9. Enrique

    Wow! All those beaches look like a dream come true! I love swimming in the coral reefs and just relaxing on the beach. There are so many of them in Brazil that it’s hard to pick just one or two.

    I’d like to hit Barra Grande Beach sometime as I prefer isolated places.

    By the way, how much time do you recommend for visiting all those beaches? One week? Two weeks?

    Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I would definitely take two weeks.  Then you are not rushed and you can simple enjoy!

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  10. Edwin Bernard

    These beaches look Heavenly! The thought of sunset drinks and socializing gives me a feeling of calm and contentment that makes me want to go there. 

    The prices of everything are so affordable. I am not familiar with Brazilian cuisine. Is it similar to Portuguese cuisine? I’d love to dine lazily at a restaurant by one of those beaches. 

    Are natural pools caused by the ocean carving through the sandy beaches and creating pools inland? 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It is dreamy for sure.  And to sit in a natural pool, soaking up the sun with a nice refreshing drink….can’t be beat!

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  11. Lily

    I truly dream of these types of resorts, beach, sun, and beautiful hotel rooms. There is something delicious about getting away and exploring new shores and activities. I would love to stay in Pousada do Alto, I love those drapes and hammocks on the balcony. Deck chairs by the ocean scene. Meraki Beach cafe sounds glorious for reasonable meals and after a full day tour to take in all the natural sites we will be ready to veg out in the tropical waters.

    Looks and sounds wonderful. Can’t wait to board a plane!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree Lily!  Brazil is wonderful for sure.  My next visit is hopefully real soon!  Luckily I have family there, but this time I’d like to stay in a hotel and just enjoy it that way.

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  12. Daniel Tshiyole

    This is such an amazing website. I always wanted to go to Brazil, especially during the 2014 world cup, but unfortunately, I did not go. I still want to go to brazil one day so I will definitely bookmark this article because I know that I will need it. Thank you for this. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad you enjoyed your visit to beach travel destinations Daniel.  Come on back when you are ready to plan.

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  13. Paolo

    I want to go to the beach of the Gran Oca Resort. They told me that it is one of the best spots to walk to the reefs at low tide. You can go to the pools also. I have had a bad experience walking to reefs so I will protect my feet with beach shoes. I enjoy snorkeling. That’s why I am excited about going. A friend told me there has been a lot of erosion in front of the hotel. But thanks to that, it is easier to walk to the reef.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You will have a fantastic time and I always wear water shoes to protect my feet in the water.  They are definitely worth it !

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