Cabo Frio (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈkabu ˈfɾi.u], Cold Cape) is a tourist destination located in the state of Rio de Janeiro state. It was founded by the Portuguese on November 13, 1615.The Brazilian coast runs east from Rio de Janeiro to Cabo Frio where it turns sharply north. North of Cabo Frio is Cabo de São Tomé.
It was named after the region where it's located, a peninsula or Cape (geography) and the water temperature is colder than in nearby cities (frio is Portuguese for "cold"). This city features beaches with white fine sand, since it doesn't have mica the sand doesn't get hot and you can walk on it with bare feet without getting burnt.
As of 2017, Cabo Frio's estimated population is 216,030 and its area is 410 km².Cabo Frio is served by Cabo Frio International Airport.
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