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Praia do Capricórnio
Caraguatatuba
Praia bastante limpa, de areia grossa, porém de tombo com fortes ondas em mar aberto.
Com cerca de 4 quilômetros de extensão, divide com a Massaguaçú uma das mais longas orlas de Caraguá.
Sua costeira é própria para pesca de linha. Em seu canto sul, essa praia oferece seu maior segredo: a Lagoa Azul, na foz do Rio Jetuba. As dunas de areia branca contrastam com o céu e dão o nome ao lugar.
O relevo em concha torna o ambiente paradisíaco ao longo do rio.
Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
Type: Spherical
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Uploaded: 06/04/2011
Updated: 18/08/2014
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Tags: praia; capricornio; caragua; caraguatatuba; litoral; norte; panotour; emilio campi
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