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Praia Garapocaia
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A Praia Garapocaia, também conhecida como Praia do Sino, é considerada um recanto de Ilhabela. Um dos pontos mais visitados da Ilha, conta com uma larga faixa de areia, muito verde e mar tranquilo. Possui ótima infraestrutura, oferecendo diversas opções de alimentação para seus visitantes, que podem escolher entre os bares, quiosques e restaurantes presentes na praia. Coqueiros e árvores complementam o cenário quase paradisíaco, que atrai muitos turistas por conta de sua beleza e história. Moradores do local contam a lenda de que certas pedras na praia, quando tocadas emitem som de sino, por isso o nome. Lendas à parte, Garapocaia é uma ótima escolha para quem deseja visitar um lugar bonito e tranquilo, podendo desfrutar de um belo dia na praia.

Foto: Emilio Campi

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Uploaded: 21/11/2011
Updated: 18/08/2014
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Tags: garapocaia; ilhabela; praia; emilio campi; panotour; foto panoramica; 360 total.
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