North Coast (São Paulo)

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North Coast (São Paulo)

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North Coast is a region in the state of São Paulo. It is formed by the Vale do Paraíba region and the North Coast itself, with both separated by the Parque Estadual Serra do Mar (part of the Atlantic Forest South-East Reserves, a UNESCO World Heritage Site).


  • The Vale do Paraíba is one of the most important industrial regions of the country, but it is also a major regional ecoutourism destination and contains various scenic countryside towns like Aparecida, Campos do Jordão and Cunha.
  • The North Coast contains dozens of non-continuous beaches surrounded by rainforest, and is a international surfing destination. Possibly the most beautiful region of the state's coastline, it is a mandatory stop for tourists in-route from Rio de Janeiro to São Paulo.


São Paulo coast road map.

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