It is located 15 km south of the city and can be reached by car along a road that has access to the Islanders. It is a long beach and coconut trees and mangroves have enumerated. It is certainly the longest beach in Itacare, about 12 km long, which goes to the border with Sierra Grande. Here on this beach is the Port of rafts in Rio Itajuípe, which makes the most charming beach. In the initial stretch of beach, also called a spout Camboinha fresh water falls from the forest directly on the beach. The grandeur of its beauty is completed with the existence of absolutely deserted beaches, such as Burundanga, Gamboa and Three Coconuts. There are caves and places to practice diving to nature lovers.