See safe and clean beaches and marinas in Brazil, according to environmental foundation


The Blue Flag project organized by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) considered 22 Brazilian beaches to be clean and safe.

In addition, six marinas were indicated as safe and ideal for access.

The project relies on local and international partners to carry out initiatives involving beach safety. In Brazil, the Ambientes em Rede Institute (IAR), in Florianópolis, represents Blue Flag, as well as other FEE initiatives.

In the evaluation, parameters such as water quality, development of environmental activities, safety for bathers, among others, are considered.

Below, see the list of beaches and marinas considered suitable divided by state:


  • Patacho Beach, in Porto de Pedras


  • Itacimirim Beach, in Camaçari
  • Guarajuba Beach, in Camaçari
  • Ponta de Nossa Senhora do Guadalupe, in Salvador

Holy Spirit

  • Praia da Sereia, in Vila Velha

Rio de Janeiro

  • Praia do Peró, in Cabo Frio
  • Sossego Beach, in Niteroi
  • Praia da Reserva, in the Barra da Tijuca Nelson Mandela Municipal Natural Park
  • Prainha, in Rio de Janeiro
  • Marina Costabella, at the Marina Costabella Association

Sao Paulo

  • Marina Kauai at the Kaua Nautical Center
  • National Marinas, in the Commercial National Marinas
  • Tombo Beach, in Guaruja

Santa Catarina

  • Praia do Forte, in São Francisco do Sul
  • Prainha (Praia da Saudade), in São Francisco do Sul
  • Piçarras Beach, in Balneário Piçarras
  • Praia da Bacia da Vovó, in Penha
  • Praia da Saudade, in Penha
  • Praia Grande, in Penha
  • Marina Itajai, in Itajai
  • Tedesco Marina, in Balneário Camboriú
  • Praia do Estaleiro, in Balneário Camboriú
  • Estalerinho Beach, in Balneário Camboriú
  • Quatro Ilhas Beach, in Bombinhas
  • Mariscal Beach, in Bombinhas
  • Conceição Beach, in Bombinhas
  • Praia Grande de Caravelas, in Governador Celso Ramos
  • Santa Catarina Yacht Club – Veleiros da Ilha, in Florianópolis

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