Praia Vermelha is a place with a charming look, a unique paradise in Rio de Janeiro. With a little more than 200 meters in length and a totally wooded area, Praia Vermelha enchants not only the beauty of the beach itself, but the landscape around it.
Located in Urca, one of the most famous districts of Rio de Janeiro, Praia Vermelha is located next to the square from where the cable car goes to Sugar Loaf, between Morro da Urca and Morro da Babilônia, with a beautiful view of One of the main postcards of the city.
Speaking of the beach itself, Praia Vermelha is characterized by its thick sands and reddish color. The beach is mainly used for hiking, especially in the post of cooper Claudio Coutinho, 1250 meters long;And is unfit for sea bathing due to pollution.