Today with about 3 thousand inhabitants, the village of Guaibim, still retains the tranquility characteristic of when it was a fishing village; however, it has infrastructure and several services such as: hotels, inns, bars, restaurants and craft stores; providing convenience for visitors. In addition to the charming beach huts, which run in the summer, day and night, with several menu options, including regional, made with seafood.
The village consists of six moderate-wave beaches in the open sea. The beach of Guaibim is the most sought after and trendy, it is the point of the surfers. The beach of Guaibizinho, along with the beach of Guaibim, is where the beach huts (bars and restaurants) are concentrated. Taquari beach is quieter, so it is the favorite of those who like a more reserved place; is where the Taquari river meets the sea, ideal place for bathing in water of the river and the sea. To the south of Guaibim are the beaches Mamucabo, Ponta Grossa and Ponta do Curral, all of them still little sought after, but of a natural beauty, ideal for ecological walks, in a place where the fauna and the flora are confused.
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