Toque Toque Pequeno
Summary : Situada no Litoral Norte de São Paulo, a praia de Toque Toque Pequeno tem um visual maravilhoso onde o sol se põe ao mar proporcionando um belo fim de tarde.
O Jornal Americano destaca Praia de “Toque Toque Pequeno” no Litoral Norte de São Paulo – Brasil. A praia se destacou por suas belezas naturais, comidas tipicas, peixes frescos no local para um bom assado, além de uma bela paisagem e contato com a natureza.
” There is a scene for everyone… at Toque Toque Grande and Toque Toque Pequeno.” – The New York Times . The “Litoral Norte”, or North Shore, begins less than an hour’s drive from the city at the town of Santos, and about an hour later, the SP-55 highway (also known as Rio-Santos) is tracing a beautiful coastline of lush but rugged green hills towering over a shoreline of rocky coves and sandy beaches.
Some of the most sought-after beaches are within the municipality of São Sebastião. Until the Rio-Santos highway was completed in the 1970’s, the oceanfront communities were fishing villages where Caiçaras, the descendants of Portuguese and indigenous people, had lived for centuries. After Maresias, the road heads back into the hills, offering dramatic views of upcoming beaches from high above. About six miles down are Toque Toque Pequeno and Toque Toque Grande, accessible by steep but easily navigable roads off SP-55. Despite their names, Toque Toque Pequeno is actually the bigger of the two and has the only lodging.
Fonte: The New York Times