Abrico Beach (Praia de Grumari)

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro

Abrico Beach - Brazil, Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro
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Abrico Beach is a stunning beach located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The beach is approximately 500 meters long and is known for its soft, white sand and crystal-clear waters.


Abrico Beach is a clothing-optional beach, and dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash. There are no lifeguards on duty, and visitors should exercise caution when swimming.


It is a popular spot for surfing, swimming, sunbathing, and fishing


Parking at Abrico Beach is free, and there is a large parking lot available for visitors. However, the beach can get crowded during peak season, and parking spots may be limited. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early to secure a parking spot.

Fun Fact

Fun fact about Abrico Beach is that it was the first legal clothing-optional beach in Brazil. The beach was officially designated as a clothing-optional beach in 2003, and it has become a popular destination for naturists from all over the world.


There are no major tourist attractions near Abrico Beach, but the nearby Prainha Beach is another popular beach destination in Rio de Janeiro. Hiking trails are also available in the surrounding mountains, offering visitors stunning views of the beach and the surrounding landscape.


There are no restaurants or food stands available at Abrico Beach. However, visitors can find several dining options nearby, including traditional Brazilian cuisine, seafood, and international cuisine. Some popular restaurants near Abrico Beach include Bar do Oswaldo, Espetto Carioca, and Rancho Português.


There are several hotels and vacation rentals available near Abrico Beach, ranging from budget-friendly options to luxury resorts. Some popular hotel options include the Novotel Rio de Janeiro Parque Olímpico, the Grand Hyatt Rio de Janeiro, and the Windsor Marapendi.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Sandee Rating: 82/100

Abrico Beach provides free parking at the entrance, although spaces are limited. Visitors can also find street parking nearby for easy access to the beach.

No, Abrico Beach does not have lifeguards monitoring the beach – please be careful when swimming on this beach.

Abrico Beach is not family-friendly and does not have restrooms, lifeguards, and nearby food.

Abrico Beach boasts excellent swimming conditions, attracting swimmers of all skill levels with its gentle waves and clear waters.

Abrico Beach does not have restrooms on or near the beach.

Yes, Abrico Beach is known for being a nude beach, providing a liberating experience for those seeking clothing-optional sunbathing and swimming.

Abrico Beach does not have nearby food options – please plan your beach day accordingly.

Abrico Beach is a good place to Nude

Abrico Beach does not have accommodations for people with disabilities.

Abrico Beach is not dog-friendly.

Abrico Beach is not generally considered to be good for surfing.