The 25 beaches of Buzios vary dramatically and sea conditions on each beach will depend on which part of the peninsular you are on. Some can only be reached by walking over the small hills that characterise the peninsular, allowing you to find your own private beach for the day. Some can only be reached by renting a buggy for the day and have restaurants and bars lining the beach and others are wide, wind swept beaches ideal for kite boarding and windsurfing.
Buzios is 190km to the east of Rio de Janeiro, lying on a peninsular and contains over 25 beaches, making this an ideal destination to visit after the exertions of Rio. ‘Discovered’, by Brigitte Bardot in 1964, when it was little more than a sleepy fishing village, today it comprises of small low rise pousadas and lodges, most of which over look the ocean and surrounding bays. The beaches varied and the small town boasts a wide range of restaurants and bars, all of which are in walking…
Freshest fish on Paqueta Island
Paqueta Island is a traditional point at The “Ilha Grande”. There is a typical snack bar where you can taste delicious seafood. Usually the fishermen own the seafood bar so you can eat it really fresh. You can find calm or agitated water depending in which side of The Island you decide to stay. Can get crowded during the summer time
Angra dos Reis
Ilha Grande, the largest island of the 365 and serves as the main attraction and was used as the colonial centre for pirates who originally settled there. Ocean tours and activities are widely available and provide the opportunity to visit the different islands and beaches as well as enjoy the exclusivity of their sandy shores.
Bay of Kings
Angra do Reis, also known as ‘The Bay of Kings’ is one of Brazil’s most dazzling and breath taking destinations. Composed of 365 islands and over 2,000 beaches, Angra dos Reis is the tropical vacation destination of travellers’ fantasies. The city’s centre is reminiscent of smaller colonial cities and boasts amazing historical monuments, churches and architecture.
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