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Barreiros
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Cercada por coqueiros, a Praia do Barreiros é uma verdadeira beleza natural. Não costuma ser muito movimentada, recebendo mais visitantes durante a alta temporada ou de moradores próximos. A bela paisagem com o mar tranquilo e céu azul convida para uma caminhada, principal atividade dos que frequentam o local. É um dos destaques das praias de Ilhabela por sua beleza e tranquilidade. Possui moderada infraestrutura, com alguns quiosques e restaurantes. Costuma ser indicada para a prática de esportes náuticos, por conta de seu mar calmo. É uma boa opção para os amantes da natureza, que podem realizar trilhas pela área verde, ou para a família, que pode curtir um dia ensolarado na praia.

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