The beach is about 25 minutes from Barada Dijuka, Rio de Janeiro. It's very quiet. Even on weekends, there are very few people there. It's very different from the crowded Copacabana, Ipanema and Lebron beaches. The beach is safe. There's a good restaurant there. There is a free but restricted nude beach in a very hidden place on the beach. I spent about $15 on a Uber from the Balada Dijuka district. I'll also ask the Uber to take me back. Love Uber.
Rio beaches are beautiful and quiet on weekdays, and Rio people are crowded on weekends to escape the hustle and bustle of life. They come here to relax and relieve the pressure with the family, old and young, away from the noise of the city. Many people like to enjoy sunbathing on the beach of Gemia, looking at the boundless sea, watching the shadows of the trees, lying on the broad reclining chair, enjoying the greetings of the sun, which is a kind of unprecedented enjoyment.
Open your heart barefoot, you can really feel Brazil's hospitality and give a very beautiful and admirable place.
Here you can enjoy the natural sea breeze and enjoy dancing and joy in the atmosphere of blue sky and white clouds. It's great to walk on the quiet beach and watch young Brazilians play here.
Gemia Beach, surrounded by mountains and woods, is the most popular place for local people to gather on weekends, where many people can enjoy the natural sea breeze during the day.
If you are looking for some peace from Copacabana Ipanema or a different place to travel, you should go to Grumari and experience the real benefits of lifestyle!
Here you can swim or play football and volleyball on the beach. There are many people in the daytime. The beach on a sunny day is really awful.
Rio de Janeiro's holiday beaches are beautiful when the sun sets in red, the sea is blue, the sky is blue-green, and the clouds are white.
I like this beach very much. Sunshine, comfortable ah, really comfortable, super like, few people quiet.
It's the most beautiful beach I've ever seen. It's romantic to walk here with my loved ones.