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Strandhoteller i Rio de Janeiro

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  • «Bra frokost, god seng,rett ved stranden»

  • «Beliggenheten like ved stranden var suveren.»

  • «Hotellet er helt nytt. Ligger rett ved stranda. Grei størrelse på rommene. Veldig bra standard. Hotellet hadde barneseng til vår ett år gamle sønn. Forte do leme ligger på toppen rett i enden av stranda. Vel verdt å ta en gåtur opp dit.»

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Ipanema Beach
Rio’s impressive mountains form an iconic backdrop to Ipanema Beach, known for its clean sands and diverse crowds. You’ll find all sorts on this gorgeous stretch of coast, including surfers, families and Rio’s famously sun-kissed beauties. Go for a cycle or a run along the boardwalk, then cool off with a swim – just be sure to stick to where the locals are, as there can be an undercurrent.
Red Beach
One of the best spots in Rio to escape the crowds, Red Beach also has an unforgettable view of Sugarloaf Mountain. Head here for a day of relaxing in the sunshine, drinking coconut water from the local stands and watching the waves break against the steeply slanted shore. As the sun sets and lights up the sea with colour, you’ll discover how this peaceful place got its name.
Joatinga Beach
Due to its secluded and hard-to-reach location, Joatinga Beach remains a real hidden gem of Rio. You’ll have to hire a car and then follow a short trail down to the coast, but the scenery is worth the effort. With white sand, rocky outcrops and wild turquoise sea, it’s an idyllic spot to try out some body surfing or watch the surfers from the shore.
Copacabana-stranden
Oo la la! This sizzling beach is a 4.5-km slice of paradise. It’s also a festival of flesh, where bewildered tourists watch as musclemen run along in teeny trunks and ladies stroll the promenade in itsy-bitsy bikinis – with chihuahua’s in tow. If you haven’t yet developed the Copacabana ‘clothes allergy’, Rua Bolivar’s bars beckon with throbbing salsa beats at dusk.
Botafogo-stranden
One of the most famous beaches in Rio de Janeiro and place for some concerts, mainly New Year.
Leblon-stranden
At this beach, you can meet local people. It is not a place crowded, but an amazing beach. You can see the hill "Dois Irmãos" at the end of the beach, which provides a wonderful view.
Barra da Tijuca-stranden
Barra da Tijuca Beach
Vermelha-stranden
Praia Vermelha (Red Beach)
Arpoador-stranden og Diabo-stranden
Arpoador Beach and Devil`s Beach
Flamengo-stranden
Flamengo Beach
Leme-stranden
Leme Beach - same coast as Copacabana Beach
Arpoador-stranden
Arpoador Beach
Copacabana-stranden
Den verdenskjente Copacabana-stranden tilbyr et lite stykke strandparadis, og har fem kilometer med gyllen sand som du kan løpe på. Her får du se en endeløs rekke av solbadere, muskelbunter og bikinikledde damer med chihuahuaen på slep. Hvis du vil unnslippe trengselen, kan du fortsette litt lenger syd mot Copacabana-fortet, som er en gammel militærbase hvor det arrangeres triatlon og maraton.
Ipanema-stranden
Ipanema-stranden er foreviget i den kjente sangen, og har alltid hatt en kraftig tiltrekning og sterk stilsans. Denne nydelige stranden er et populært sted i helgene for lokalbefolkningen så vel som turister. Her er det mye å more seg med, med alt fra improviserte balltriksingskonkurranser og strandvolleyball på profesjonelt nivå, til avslapning i sanden mens du får fart på brunfargen.
Praia da Barra da Tijuca
Hvis det er gode surfestrender du er på utkikk etter, bør du ta deg en tur til Praia da Barra da Tijuca når du er i Rio. Stranden er kjent for å være den lengste i delstaten Rio de Janeiro, og her samles hundrevis av surfere hvert år til det nasjonale surfemesterskapet. Du kan leie surfebrett fra en av surfesjappene ved stranden, eller slå deg ned og nyte det halsbrekkende showet.
Copacabana-stranden
Oo la la! This sizzling beach is a 4.5-km slice of paradise. It’s also a festival of flesh, where bewildered tourists watch as musclemen run along in teeny trunks and ladies stroll the promenade in itsy-bitsy bikinis – with chihuahua’s in tow. If you haven’t yet developed the Copacabana ‘clothes allergy’, Rua Bolivar’s bars beckon with throbbing salsa beats at dusk.
Rodrigo de Freitas-sjøen
Go jump in a lake! Cherry-pick from parks, playgrounds and walking areas for an afternoon of family frolicking in the area around this lake in Rio’s wealthy south. Pack a picnic, drive around the perimeter or stop for refreshments. If you’re feeling adventurous, paddle a swan-shaped kayak to the middle of the lake or simply strut along the promenade.
Rodrigo de Freitas-sjøen
Go jump in a lake! Cherry-pick from parks, playgrounds and walking areas for an afternoon of family frolicking in the area around this lake in Rio’s wealthy south. Pack a picnic, drive around the perimeter or stop for refreshments. If you’re feeling adventurous, paddle a swan-shaped kayak to the middle of the lake or simply strut along the promenade.
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Ipanema is probably world´s best city beach!
World class
It has a special energy. We were there during the Carnival, so it was a bit crowded but still amazing. You can find a spot near one of many bars on the beach so you can hear their music. Water is nice. Most definitely worth visiting.
Beach in Rio means nice white sand, beautiful ocean, beautiful people, some brahma/schol/original and a walk around the beach to make you forget all the stress and tensions you go through....
Was surprised the beach wasn't more crowded but we were not there at the weekend. Great to see the beach well used in the evenings, kids soccer, yoga, aerobics, volley ball and more.
Beautiful sand, white & clean. Warm sea - if you like some rough waves, great! Facilities all over. Brilliant. The 'beach sellers' sold good stuff, & didn't hassle too much.
The beach is not good for swinning. It's a surfers place anda place for locals to do sporting activities. It's one of the bad beaches I have seen all around the world
Clean sandy beaches with clean if not clear sea, spectacular views and beach vendors not too pushy even though quite a few of them - key is don't make eye contact!
Know your posts before going to the beach. From post 1 to 13, each one attracts a different demographic. Visit as many as you can!
Beach was a really so able place n suitable for all people. Very family orientated especially at the weekends.

Høydepunkter Rio de Janeiro

Strandliv
Stepping foot on a beach in Rio De Janeiro is a lifelong dream for countless people around the world, with the iconic Brazilian city becoming a global symbol of sun, sea and sand. Of course it would be unthinkable to miss out on the Copacabana, but there are many others that deserve your attention. Barra da Tijuca beach is the longest, stretching for over 11 miles, while for a more relaxing experience away from the crowds, head to Prainha Beach to escape the 'see and be seen' mentality for a while.
Sandstrender
The unique sand at Rio's Praia Vermelha give it an ochre tinge.
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