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Safe Harbor is a town with attractions for all tastes. The season is quite busy, but any time is almost deserted beaches, and beaches frequented.

Beach Cruise: It is an urban beach and 1km long. One of the less frequented of Porto Seguro, with a narrow strip of sand. At the hub, its dark waters are good for fishing.

Curuípe Beach: It has beach huts. With calm seas, warm water and waves. At low tide formed pools. The sand is white and cliffs. Located 3km from the city.

Mundaí Beach: It is an urban beach, very crowded, with clear waters clean and calm. The sand is white and thick, and has many shells. The beach north of the border also has a coconut grove. Good for kids. It has cabins that serve excellent dishes.

Taperapuã Beach: This is the busiest beach. Here come the mega parties in the beach shacks. The sand is white and has lots of coconut trees along the whole border. The waters are clear and calm. Helicopter tours depart from this beach. With excellent hotels.

Praia do Rio dos Wetlands: Has kiosks, coconut palms and mangroves. The waves are weak and the sand is dark. The River of Mangroves are the main attraction, with good places for swimming and water clear.

Praia de Ponta Grande: At low tide the reefs in front of the beach forming natural pools, the waves are strong and good for windsurfing, the sand is clear. It has coconut trees and huts. 9.5 km distant from the city.

Mutá Beach: Located about 10km from the city, is a bay with many palm trees and calm seas. From here, ultra-light rides. Last beach on the coast north of Porto Seguro, bordering on the Red Crown.

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