Some of the loveliest beaches in the northeast of Brazil can be found throughout the township of Conde and its district, Jacumã, in the state of Paraiba. In addition to the paradisiacal beaches, the wildest part of the coast of Paraiba also offers various exuberant landscapes containing the most divers ecosystems , making this region a jewel of nature in the northeast of Brazil.
Along its coastline we find some of the loveliest beaches, such as:
Tambaba. A place that attracts tourists not only for its beauty, but also for curiosity, since it is the first in the region to allow the practice of naturism. But don’t worry, Tambaba is not only for naturists – the place has been divided into areas for those who practice naturism and for those who don’t, so everyone can enjoy this ecological paradise.
Coqueirinhos. Famous for its canyons and fresh water beaches, Coqueirinhos Beach is restful on weekdays and vwery lively at weekends, with a greater volume of visitors.
Tabatinga. An unmissable stopping place on the coast of Paraiba, Tabatinga has the most diverse ecosystems, therefore offering different options for visitors. There, you will bathe in warm fresh water, find calm seas and rough ones, reefs and corals, besides a fine infrastructure of inns, bars and restaurants.
Jacumã. The best infrastructure of the region can be found in Jacumã. Hotels, bars, restaurants, markets and many others are easy to find, making visitors’ lives more comfortable. In addition, Jacumã is surrounded by reefs, which make it perfect for seabathing, since the water is calm and smooth.
Near the state capital, João Pessoa – about 20km to the south – the small town of Conde is an excellent destination for those who wish to escape from the noise and bustle of the thousands of tourists present throughout the most famous places in the northeast.