Grumari is a neighborhood in the West Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Grumari is the only neighborhood in Rio you don´t see any people living there because it´s a municipal park where you can see virgin beaches exactly similar to the age when the Portugueses arrived in Brazil and started to explore It. There´s a salt marsh vegetation next to the beach and a rainforest that surround the hills of this district. There is a Nude beach next to Grumari beach called "Abricó" or Apricot(in english) beach and it´s used to naturism and it´s the only beach used for nudism inside the city. Grumari is near from Barra de Guaratiba Neighborhood, the place where you´ll find the best and the cheapest Seafoods to eat in Rio de Janeiro City. There are five wild virgin beaches in this neighborhood to visit and to explore: Inferno Beach(Hell´s beach), Funda beach(Deep Beach), Búzios beach(whelks beach), Meio´s beach(middle´s beach) and Perigoso beach(dangerous beach) where you can observe a pristine vegetation.
Grumari Neighborhood Gallery
Prainha, called Little beach in English, is a great place to surfing
Grumari Beach Parking
kiosk on the beach
Abricó nude beach entrance
Road to Grumari Beach
Wild Virgin Beachs at Grumari Neighborhood. Hell´s Beach or Praia do Inferno, in Portuguese