The south coast of Paraíba has more than 60 kilometers of beaches with clear waters.
In one of them, tourists can be completely at ease, without clothes, in one of the few naturist beaches in Brazil.
The South Coast of Paraíba has paradisiacal and often deserted beaches. They belong to two municipalities in Paraíba: Conde and Pitimbu.
A great advantage of Paraíba in relation to the other states of the Northeast is the short distance between the beaches and the capital. You can visit the most distant beaches in the south with only 1 hour of travel.
To get to Tambaba, it takes only 30 minutes. The roads are asphalted, in excellent condition and with good signage.
In the region, the coast of the municipality of Conde, a town 17 km from João Pessoa, is a must for those visiting the state during the summer.
Warm waters and paradisiacal beaches that are only 40 minutes away from the capital of Paraíba by the PB-008 highway.
In the municipality of Conde you can find the scenery that is considered by many as one of the most beautiful of the coast of Paraíba, the Finger of God.
The cliff located between the beaches of Tabatinga and Coqueirinho, two of the seven existing in the coastal city, allows the visitor to have a full view of part of the coast of Conde.
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But the Costa do Conde in Paraíba does not reserve only beaches, in the city the tourist can meet the typical foods sold in the countryside.
Adventure ecotourism is another option that can be found in the municipality of Conde. The ecological trails of 7 and 10 km in Tambaba are indicated for tourists who prefer a more direct contact with the nature of the Paraiba coast.
Those interested in staying in Conde to better enjoy the beauties of the city’s coastline can find inns with varying prices on Carapibus beach, about 5 minutes from Coqueirinho beach.
Praias da Costa do Conde PB
The Costa do Conde corresponds to seven beautiful beaches, on the south coast of João Pessoa, with almost indescribable particularities, attractions for different tastes and a common feature: breathtaking landscapes.
Starting “from bottom to top” on the map
The famous beach of Tambaba, part of it reserved for the practice of naturism or nudism. It has an impressive ecological reserve with lots of greenery.
The area for naturists is on the other side of a simple wooden bridge, which can only be crossed by naturists.
With strict laws and rules, following the Naturist Code of Ethics, listed on a large sign at the entrance to the bridge.
Among other restrictions, unaccompanied men and those who don’t intend to take off their clothes completely are not allowed to pass to the naturist side.
On this side of the bridge: a short stretch of sand, large reefs in the sea, a few stalls serving snacks and drinks, including the traditional coconut water, one of the state’s sources of export.
Leaving Tambaba for Coqueirinho beach, the indication is to consult a receptive tourism agency and follow accompanied by a tour guide, as the paths have very similar accesses and can be confused.
Praia de Coqueirinho PB
The beach of Coqueirinho refers to its name.
Along the entire length of the closed bay, coconut trees line the shore. The calm, crystal-clear waters allow you to see the natural gravels that blend with the clear sand.
The right side of Coqueirinho is suitable for surfers, there the waves break with denser and more imposing formation. From above, the beach is even more beautiful. This view can be seen from the viewpoint named “Dedo de Deus”.
Built in the middle of the cliffs, the Canyon Coqueirinho restaurant is a separate attraction that is worth the visit and the delivery to the seafood stews and fish moquecas.
But the spotlight is on the combination of fried soft crab and cajá caipirinha.
From Tabatinga to Carapibus, the next two beaches, you can risk a walk of about 30 minutes.
Praia Carapibus PB
After a brief stretch, the steps are light, in an exercise that completes all the senses.
Following the contour traced by nature, between cliffs, soft sand, advances of the sea, until arriving at Tabatinga beach.
This, a little busier, has some tents serving as shelter for a brief stop, or to enjoy a “laziness”.
There you can also check out the Mussulo Beach Club, a support point of the resort that is two kilometers from the sand.Guests of the resort have a free pass and are highly pampered with tasting snacks and “sipping” the most varied cocktails and drinks.
Continuing the tour, Jacumã beach is the most urbanized in the region.
Jacumã Beach PB
With many reefs, Jacumã beach is suitable for swimming, as it has calm waters, resembling a cove.
The next stop is at Praia do Amor, symbolized by a large pierced stone. Legend has it that couples who pass through the middle of the stone, eternalize the feeling and never separate.
The place is practically deserted and inviting to lovers seeking moments of relaxation and tranquility.
Praia de Gramame PB
The last beach, or first, depending on where you start your trip, is Gramame beach.
The meeting between river and sea takes place at the bar – Barra de Gramame – providing an incredible visual, which divides the waters and, when the tide is low, forms a huge sandbank.
At low tide, the depth decreases considerably and some brave people cross from the beach to the sandbank.
In one of the tents in Gramame, a picturesque curiosity, Mr. José, owner of the establishment of the same name, trains guaiamuns, a relative of the crab, which come to pose for photos in the hands of tourists.
Tourism and Travel Guide of the Costa do Conde on the South Coast of Paraíba