Its waters are dark and peaceful. It is 300m long and bordered by a narrow sidewalk with Tabebuias and almond trees. The headquarters of the traditional fishermen’s village is set on the beach. The Jurujuba cove is where the Feast of Saint Peter takes place annually on June 29. On the seashore, there are several classic seafood restaurants and bars. It looks quite rustic and its name means “yellow or red neck, red-haired or blond beard”.

Avenida Carlos Ermelindo Marins, Jurujuba, Niterói

Niterói Bus Line: 33