The trailhead starts at Lagoinha Beach, and goes through Praia de Oeste, Praia do Peres, Praia do Bonete, Praia Grande do Bonete, Praia Deserta, Praia do Cedro (one of the most famous of the destination), ending at Praia da Fortaleza on the other side of a peninsula that cuts the clear water coastline.
It’s a trail of 10km that can be done in a day in approximately 5 hours.
Lagoinha Beach – The trail starts at Praia da Lagoinha, which is one of the most visited beaches and considered an ease access point to start the 7 beaches trek.
Praia do Oeste – After a few meters of walk you can see Praia do Oeste. It is a smaller beach with some scattered rock formations. This is a perfect beach for children as it has no waves and crystal-clear water.
Praia do Peres – Praia do Peres is a very beautiful beach with several rocks along the bright sand. It is also possible to see some coral beauty in the clear water and if we are lucky enough, we see some inhabitants such as turtles and fish.
Excerpt – The stretch between Praia do Peres and Praia do Bonete is a little long, but the walk is rewarded right at entrance of the beach with completely wild and paradisiacal climate and scenery.
Praia Deserta – As its name suggests, Praia Deserta(Desert beach) does not receive many travelers but it’s an ideal destination to relax, enjoy the view and hear the sound of the waves.
Praia do Cedro – This next beach is Praia do Cedro, one of the famous beaches in the region. It has transparent waters that are on the open sea side. Undoubtedly, it has one of the most breathtaking views.
In addition, on the way you can also get to know Pontão da Costa. A place where a gigantic rock meets the sea forming a kind of fort. Thus, it is the ideal place to have a snack and take some pictures before reaching the final destination: Fortaleza Beach.
An important tip is to bring water and food along with you, as during the journey the chances of finding a street vendor is almost impossible.