A good getaway for those seeking some tranquillity, the beach has warm waters. It’s a little more than a mile south of Orla de Atalaia. The sand is golden and levels over the beach’s wide area. The water is a little choppy, but shallow enough for kids to safely bathe. Further out, you may see some people windsurfing. Along the beach’s edges are kiosks, bars and restaurants; the fare is mostly crab and oysters, but it’s REALLY good crab and oysters. The staff tends to be highly attentive. It’s more crowded in the summer; large sections turn into impromptu beach volleyball and beach football venues.
- Parking available
- Drive to here; ask locals for directions.
- Ask locals for public transport info.
- Take a taxi
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73.53% of people who visit Aracaju include Aruana Beach in their plan
36.36% of people start their Aruana Beach visit around 5 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Aruana Beach
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Aruana Beach