Juréia Beach is undoubtedly a relic of nature, a beach of white sand and clear waters, where you can observe the preservation of the Atlantic Forest. It is possible to see from the beach the islands Heap and Wheat and Alcatrazes in its horizon of blue waters. In the north corner of the Beach you can also observe various types of birds during the time of immigration, which are located in a natural lake near the beach.
House of 130 m2 in a unique nature reserve with distance of approximately less than 1km to the beach (a pleasant walk of about 10 to 15 minutes on foot or 2 minutes by car).
Very quiet street without interference from neighbors. Ideal to rest and listen to the sound of nature.
One can also go just 1km to the beach of the corner of Boracéia on one side, and to the beautiful Praia do Engenho on the other side.
The house has 3 parking spaces, 2 bedrooms on the ground floor, one with two single beds, the other a suite with double bed, also has a cozy mezzanine with 2 single beds where there are 32 inch television with DVD player.
No need to bring bath towels and linens, the house has pillows and duvets.
Sleeps six people comfortably between bedrooms and mezzanine.
Ceiling fans have been recently changed, plus there are three more large floor.
The kitchen has: sink, stove, refrigerator, microwave, electric oven, electric rice cooker, blender, set of pans, dishes, cutlery, jugs, glasses and other items.
There is a need to bring dish towels and table cloths.
As we are in a preserved area, Juréia does not have Sabesp piped water, the house is supplied by artesian well water with automatic pump operation.
The recommendation is to use mineral water for drinking and cooking.
It has a large covered space in the back of the house where you will find table, benches and barbecue.
Well located, close to the beach, guarantees easy access to the other beautiful beaches of the north coast; restaurants, and shake of Juqueí, Barra do Una, Camburi, Maresias among others.
The house has circuit breakers that are on the wall as soon as you climb the mezzanine staircase, on the right side below a frame, if the shower turns off or the power goes out you will need to look at the circuit breakers. As it is a natural reserve region sometimes the energy oscillates.