This square is located in the center of Trancoso. The colorful houses around it now serve as bars, restaurants and craft stores, and that's where all the excitement takes place at nightfall.
Diving and Fishing at Coqueiros Beach
Near Quadrado Square, this beach is flanked by cliffs and coconut trees. During low tide, the natural pools formed between the beach and the reef are perfect for snorkeling. If you enjoy fishing, be sure to visit the old pier whose ruins are an excellent place to catch bass and mojara.
To learn a little more about the local culture, visit Trancoso on January 19 and 20, when the traditional celebration in praise of Saint Sebastian takes place. Driven by the sound of drums, flutes and old indigenous folk songs, it is the region’s major folk festival.
Family diving at Nativos Beach
If you are on vacation with your family, don’t miss the opportunity to swim in the crystal-clear waters and dive in the natural pools that are formed during low tide. It is Trancoso’s main beach and provides the best infrastructure in the region.
Inns Espelho Beach
Located between Trancoso and Caravaí, this is certainly one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil. In addition to enjoying the view, have snacks and drinks while you sunbathe in comfort on padded lounge chairs provided by the local inns and restaurants.
If you are looking for some peace and quiet and a place where you can feel completely integrated with nature, this beach has many natural beauties, such as stretches of native Atlantic Forest, crystal-clear rivers and natural pools where you can observe marine wildlife.
Swimming at Rio Barra Beach
The Barra River cuts through the sand and flows into the crystal waters of the ocean, making this beach the perfect place to go for a relaxing swim at any time of the day, either in fresh or salt water. It is also considered an excellent fishing spot.