Rio de Janeiro Sights


Praia do Diabo

Praia do Diabo Review

A barely noticeable stretch of sand tucked away between Arpoador and a natural rock wall that extends to Copacabana's fort, Praia do Diabo is popular with local surfistas (surfers) but the dangerous waves, which can smash an unskilled surfer into the nearby rocks, leave no mystery as to why this beach is called the Devil's Beach in Portuguese. Take advantage of the exercise bars, but stay out of the water unless you are a very experienced surfer. Toilets and showers can be found at nearby Arpoador and Copacabana. Amenities: none. Best for: surfing.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Between Arpoador rock and Copacabana Fort, Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, 22080–040
  • Subway: Ipanema/General Osório
  • Location: Zona Sul
Updated: 06-20-2013

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