One of northeast Brazil's most magical spots, this locals' favorite is only accessible during low tide and the most likely place to swim with wild dolphins outside Fernando do Noronha. There is no access point down from the salmon-pink cliffs that frame the long slip of sand, which means that aside from a lone water seller who makes the trek daily, the beach's pristine beauty is preserved. To get there, consult the tide-chart and head northwest from Pipa's central beach.
Amenities: food and drink. Best for: swimming; walking; solitude.