This can’t really count as a single beach, as it is 30 kilometres long. While Aracaju is south bank of the Rio Sergipe River, this beach is on the north, and it stretches north from the Atalia Nova township. The beach is most popular during the tourist season, though it has not been developed for tourists. Its large area means that no matter how many people descend onto it, everyone gets their own patch of peaceful isolation. The waves are choppy, but the water is warm. Pack your own picnic, for you’re unlikely to find a bar or restaurant. The best time to visit is at sunset.
- Parking available
- Drive to here. Cross north from Aracaju over the Ponte Construtor Joao Alves (Construtor Joao Alves) and head east. Use ‘Superclubs Starfish’ as a Google Map marker.
- Ask locals for public transport info.
- Take a taxi
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88.24% of people who visit Aracaju include New Atalaia Beach in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
41.67% of people start their New Atalaia Beach visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
2 Hrs 30 Minutes
People usually take around 2 Hrs 30 Minutes to see New Atalaia Beach
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting New Atalaia Beach