Leme Beach

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View Rudder of the hill
The continuation of Copacabana, Leme beach takes its name from a rock that surrounds Rio and several beaches that, seen from above, resembles a tiller navio.Suas choppy waters attract tourists seeking good waves for surfing. Forte do Leme is also a very popular attraction for tourists.

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The Leme beach is the continuation of Copacabana, is a more passive so it attracts tourism family. Its name originated because of a hill skirted the shores of Botafogo and Urca that, viewed from above resembles a ships rudder.

With rougher waters, the Leme beach attracts tourists in search of waves for surfing. More is not just surfing that is gaining ground on Leme beach. Its wide strip of sand at the edge of the edge allows the practice of volleyball, and racquetball footvolley.

A highly visited attraction and one of the postcards is the Rio Leme Fort which provides incredible views. From the top of the strong rudder can see the entire beach of Copacabana, Leme Hill, bread and sugar, in the distance, the Christ the Redeemer, is just wonderful and conducive to watch a sunset beautiful sunset.

At night the Leme beach offers restaurants and bars that attract tourists looking for a quieter place to end the day, but for those seeking more hype, the fort is in Copacabana.

In Leme, was customary to place a cascade of fireworks during New Years Eve. Several sporting events occur in the neighborhood, like the arrival of the Crossing Clementine.

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